Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag
Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag
Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag
Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag
Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag
Boeing 747 - PH-BFG - Aviationtag

Boeing 747 - PH-BFG

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The “Flying Dutchman” is back!

The Boeing 747-400 was delivered to the Dutch airline KLM in April 1990 with the registration PH-BFG. With the manufacturer's serial number (MSN) 24517 and christened the "City of Guayaquil", the machine went to Hong Kong, Tokyo and Toronto, among other places, for almost 30 years.

In 2019, the aircraft was decommissioned and handed over to Air Atlanta Icelandic for recycling. They re-registered this as TF-AMG and parked it at Cotswold Airport, where it was finally dismantled in March 2021.

Now we are pleased to present you our third KLM Aviation Day.

Get yours now!

By the way: KLM is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name.

Manufacturer: Boeing

Model: B747

Registration: PH-BFG

Last airline: KLM

We send ours Aviationtags all over the world. You have the choice between Economy Class
Shipping as Warenpost with Deutsche Post or 1st Class shipping with DHL Express.

Note: Each tag is unique. Depending on the plane, they differ in their feel, thickness of the material and color. Small bumps tell of the many years in the air and express the character of days gone by. Minor scratches, paint chips and bumps are completely normal and give the Aviationtag its special charm - that of a vintage product made from upcycled materials. These special features are not the result of the production process, but reflect the condition of the aircraft material used!

When using as a key ring or luggage tag, we recommend using the Aviationtag cover.

Boeing 747: The Boeing 747, is a four-engine wide-body aircraft that has been in use since conquered aviation in the 1960s. The first 747 made its maiden flight in 1969 and remained the world's largest passenger airliner until 2005. Its wingspan is 64.44 meters, the vertical deflection at the wing tip is up to 16 meters. The distinctive "hump" is characteristic of its silhouette, hence its nickname Jumbo Jet.

The most notable aerodynamic improvement of the 747-400 over previous 747s is its 1.8 meter (6 ft) longer wing with a 6 foot tall winglet that is angled up and canted slightly outward.