Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC
Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC
Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC
Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC
Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC
Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC

Boeing 777-200 ex-G-ZZZC

Regular price $56.95
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Handcrafted original aircraft skin from a BOEING B777-200.

 

BOEING 777, the triple seven, is the first computer designed commerical airliner. As a major wide-body jet, more than 1,600 BOEING 777s have been built since its first flight in ’94.

As one of the earliest BOEING 777s ever made, G-ZZZC holds multiple records:

  • The 1st British BOEING 777;
  • The 1st BOEING 777 delivered to Europe;
  • The 1st BOEING 777 in service with GE90 engines.

With 24 years of service, G-ZZZC has flown 3,809,265 passengers within 20,663 cycles. It took ZZZC 100,311 hours to travel 48,747,470 miles across the world.

More information on Airlinertags

Weight : around 0.03kg per tag

Size : (Hexagon) 52mm*60mm in square size

          (Rectangle) 95mm*30mm

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.

Please feel free to contact us for more details and your questions :)

Have a new day and enjoy your Airlinertags!

Disclaimer

BOEING 777®-200 is REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF OTHERS. AIRLINERTAGS IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH, CONNECTED TO OR SPONSORED BY BOEING AIRCRAFT manufacturing company.

We never intend to sell tags as authorized products, but only use the name to record the history of our materials. ‘BRITISH’ is only used to describe the nationality of the aircraft.