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 767: The Boeing 767-300ER is a version of the 767-300 with a significantly longer range and the additional fuselage tank, as it was already installed in the 767-200ER. The OE-LAX as Extended Range (ER) had a maximum range of 11,297 KM, whereas a classic 767-300 could only reach a maximum of 9,075 km.
The development of the 767-300ER began in 1985 and the first flight took place on December 19, 1986. As is so often the case with Boeing, the launch customer was American Airlines, which had ordered 15 aircraft in March 1987. The takeoff weight could optionally be increased to 172,365 kg. From 1992 even a take-off weight of 186,880 kg was permitted. The last of the 583 machines produced was delivered to Air Astana in Kazakhstan in June 2014; this was also the last delivery of a passenger 767.
Both 300 versions (B763 and B763ER) will also be equipped with an additional center exit in front of the wing at the request of the airlines. This means that three doors of the same size are mounted on each side - as with the OE-LAX.