Boeing 737 Planetag of United. In the year 2009 the Boeing was taken out of the service and dismantled. A part of the outer skin gets a new life in the form of this limited key pendant.
Material: aircraft aluminum Features: N331UA
First flight date
Airlines: United Airlines Color: blue Size: 80 x 43 x 1mm (L / W / H)
United announced flight 737 will run as the last 737 (737-322), the tail number is believed to be N331UA. According to airfleets.net, N331UA was put into service on 7/26/1988, LN:1590, Serial: 24192. The only other 737 flying that day will be N329UA doing ORD-SFO. N329UA was put into service on 6/12/1988 (737-322) with LN: 1574. The flight is believed to be scheduled to be under the command of the chief pilot of the 737 of N331UA on her last leg. Flight 737 will begin in IAD, travel to ORD-DEN-SFO, hitting almost all of UA hubs.
Limited to 1000 pieces.
The Boeing 737 was introduced in 1968 and designed to be Boeing's only narrow-body airliner in production. In the 1980's, Boeing launched the -300, -400, and -500 series models which were referred to as the 737 classic series. Cut and engraved directly from the skin of a historic Boeing 737 decommissioned airplane, this limited edition, one-of-a-kind PlaneTag has been resurrected from its time in the clouds to live on as a versatile and practical memento. Over 100 years after humankind’s technical marvels conquered the skies, you too can hold a token of aviation history in the palm of your hand.