Boeing 747 - KLM - Blue & White
LIMITED EDITION OF 199 AIRCRAFT SKIN KEYCHAINS
This Aircraft Skin Keychain has been created from the ''Queen of the Skies'', surname of the much loved Boeing 747. We made a limited edition of 199 Aircraft Skin Keychains from this airplane registered with the number PH-BFF.
Our designer maintained the aircraft skin keychain authenticity by carving the outside contour and engraving the inner border to preserve the overall window design.
KLM perpetuates the tradition of naming the aircrafts of its fleet, something it has done since its beginnings. Called ''Free Town'', this B747 made its maiden voyage on 30 January 1990. This version of the aircraft, called in aeronautical jargon COMBI, features a main deck split in 2 main sections; a passenger cabin and a cargo area to accommodate freight.
The Boeing 747 is an emblematic airliner, recognizable among all, and has been manufactured since the 70s. Its double deck - visually its hump above the cockpit - its 4 engines as well as a wide fuselage make it the carrier par excellence from the 1970s to the 1990s. It succeeded the legendary B707 and held the record for passenger carrying capacity until the arrival of the Airbus A380. Also nicknamed ''Jumbo Jet''. Own a piece of the legend that set the standards for air transport in the 20th century....
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 199 Aircraft Skin Keychains
Average thickness: 2mm
These Aircraft Skin Keychains are not toys, and are not recommended for children under the age of 8.