Handcrafted original aircraft skin from a BOEING B777-200.
What happens when an airliner comes to retirement?
While very few retired airliners are luckily preserved, the majority are scrapped in aircraft boneyards with the parts restored and the metal recycled. That's when the airliners once flew us to the sky are gone forever.
B-2053, the Boeing 777-21B delivered on Nov 15, 1996, had a wonderful career serving for the first airline in Asia. On Mar 30, 2018, the 21-year-old Boeing 777 was retired and then ferried to VCV, South California, for scrap, with a total flight time of 35,467 hours.
We have been trying to save at least part of this beautiful machine ever since 2019. After three years of effort, we can finally say that we made it! 10,000 tags with original shiny paint from the skin of B-2053 are being produced for aviation enthusiasts worldwide.
The Boeing 777 is applied with many state-of-the-art technologies and advanced composite materials. Likewise, we upgraded multiple new crafts developed during our previous editions, presenting this little piece of aircraft skin in your hand. Whether using it as a keychain/bag tag or simply getting it as collectibles, B-2053 will live on in your hand; Your purchase will also help us save more aviation history in the future!