Boeing 727 - Fedex - Purple
Looking for a unique gift that is sure to please. This Aircraft Skin Keychain created from the fuselage of a Boeing 727 is in a rare limited edition of 99 pieces. Thanks to the magic of upcycling and the imagination of Flight Inspiration, the fuselage of a Boeing 727, alternately airborne mascot of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1980s and a proud member of the FedEx cargo fleet from 1990 to 2013, becomes a Design and inimitable Aircraft Skin Tag.
Whether as a gift or for yourself, this piece of American history continues to honor its origins. No one could have predicted the success of the aircraft just as no one could have expected the originality of this exceptional Aircraft Skin Keychain!
We maintained the authenticity by carving the outside contour and engraving the inner border to preserve the overall window design.
A few words about the Boeing 727! This three-engine airliner was launched in the early 1960s. It stands out by being able to land on narrow and sometimes difficult to access runways at airports abandoned by older, oversized aircraft.
Available in two versions, 727-100 and 727-200, the Boeing 727 had a brilliant destiny for both commercial and cargo flights. From Seattle to La Paz via Tehran, it is now making a place for itself as an Aircraft Skin Keychain.
Our Aircraft Skin Keychains are created from an identifiable part of an aircraft’s fuselage, a component that changes according to flight and storage conditions.
All cuts made on a surface of 1m2 have a different appearance. As a result, each of our Aircraft Skin Keychain is unique.
The photographs of the Aircraft Skin Keychains are shown as an example. Your article will feature slight differences with those presented on this page. It’s the hallmark of their authenticity. It is the hallmark of their authenticity..
Aerospace aluminium alloy
Limited edition of only 99 Aircraft Skin Keychains
Height: 6.48 cm
Width: 4.53 cm
Average thickness: 1,5 mm (between 1,30mm and 1,70mm)
These Aircraft Skin Keychains are not toys, and are not recommended for children under the age of 8.