Each Aviationtag has thousands of take-offs and landings behind it as a fuselage segment of an aircraft before it gets its final format and goes on new journeys. The material for the Aviationtags is cut from retired aircraft on aircraft boneyards around the world and shipped to the production facility in Cologne.

There, the old aircraft parts are manually dismantled, cut, punched, polished, and laser engraved. In this upcycling process, aircraft aluminum turns into aviation history.


Our latest Aviationtags

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Boeing 747 - HL7473
34,95 €
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Aviationtag Gift Card
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Aviationtag Edition FedEx ATR42 EC-KAI
31,95 €
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Cessna 150 - D-EOMO - Aviationtag
Cessna 150 - D-EOMO
20,95 €
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Bombardier Challenger 604 - 2-SLOW - Aviationtag
Bombardier Challenger 604 - 2-SLOW
24,95 €

This is how Aviationtags are created.



The „Making of“-Video

Our collections

Here you can see an overview of our different ones Aviationtag collections. Whether for the frequent flyer, the private pilot or the military collector - there is something for everyone.

Former El Al Boeing 747

A selection of our projects

Aero Spacelines Super Guppy 1

A selection of our projects

Former KLM Boeing 747-400M

A selection of our projects

The first Airbus A380

A selection of our projects

The last EVA Air Boeing 747

A selection of our projects

About Aviationtag

We have been using original aircraft parts since 2006 to create sophisticated and unique collector's items.

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Do you want to sell Aviationtags in your store or online shop? Then you will find all important information here.



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Do you have any questions about the Aviationtags, shipping, payment, etc.? Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.


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Our accessories

For using our Aviationtags as luggage or keychain, we offer practical accessories.



Aviationtag (B)logbook

In our blog, you can find interesting background stories about the upcycled planes and their history. But we also have interviews with pilots and guest posts from bloggers. Check it out.