Boeing 757-200 ex-G-OOBN
- White, Blue and Blue/White variants might be available after a few weeks from release.
A layer of clear coat stopped us from engraving the tags. The only variant we are able to present now is Blue/Red. They are manually processed from the original paint of the TUI livery and the Thomson livery underneath.
The Boeing 757 is the largest single-aisle airliner built to fill the gap between wide-body jets like Boeing 747 and narrow-body jets like Boeing 727 and Boeing 737OG. The aircraft is capable of carrying 200 passengers in two classes with a range of 3,915nm/7,250km.
The airliner took its maiden flight in 1982 and entered commercial service in 1983. By the year 2004, when the last 757 rolled off the production line at the Renton factory, a total number of 1,050 airframes had been produced, marking the 757 as another successful model from Boeing.
The 919th Boeing 757, previously registered as HB-IHR for Balair and Air Berlin, took its first flight on 14th March, 2000. The airliner is powered by 2x RR RB211-535E4 engines and was later modified with winglets. It was transferred to Thomson Airways as G-OOBN in 2010 and later repainted with "TUI" letters in 2017, while Thomson Airways was renamed "TUI Airways" back then.
As an airliner of the world's largest charter airline, our G-OOBN operated scheduled and charter flights from the United Kingdom to destinations in Europe. In October 2021, the 21-year-old Boeing 757 was sent to Phoenix Goodyear for storage and later ferried to Xiamen in February 2022 for PCF (Precision Converted Freighter) conversion. We have been waiting for our first 757 pieces until we met the fuselage cut from G-OOBN during the PCF conversion. And now we can finally announce the first edition of Boeing 757 Airlinertags!
Today, the airliner is still flying for Cargojet Airways from Canada as C-GCJS, but the entire 757 fleets from TUI have been retired forever. COVID-19 has taken too many things away from us, but G-OOBN will stay with you as Airlinertags from now on!
More information on Airlinertags
Weight : around 0.03kg per tag
Size : (Hexagon) 52mm*60mm in square size
Important to read before purchasing
Every tag has its unique serial number; each of them is unique and special. Tags are distributed randomly, and you will get a different serial number rather than the tag listed.
Purchasing multicolour tags will come with a unique pattern as every tag has a particular pattern, but the colour will be the same as what you bought. Purchasing multicoloured tags will be automatically agreed with the rule.
Aircraft skins are flown with the aircraft for years and parked in Boneyards before us handcrafting it to tag. Minor scratches and paint drop are normal, hexagons and multicolour rectangles tags are not recommended to use as a keychain, and all rectangles tags will come with a ring for daily use.
The whole package will include a cardboard alongside with the tag, relying on the hole and rings to connect them.
Please feel free to contact us for more details and your questions :)
Have a new day and enjoy your Airlinertags!
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