• Easyjet Airbus A319 G-EZII Aviationtag Edition

    The easy G-EZII Story

    The Airbus 319-100 sporting registration G-EZII and manufacturer serial number (MSN) 2471 left the factory doors for easyJet, Europe’s second largest low-cost airline, in May 2005. The British airline was founded on 18 October 1995 by Stelios Haji-Ioannou and currently also has the subsidiaries easyJet Switzerland, based in Meyrin, Switzerland, and easyJet Europe, based in …

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  • Aviationtag X Lufthansa Boeing 747 D-ABTE Edition

    The Story of “Sachsen Anhalt”

    Say Yes to Aviationtag! And the next exclusive cooperation with Lufthansa is ready for take-off. The Boeing 747-400 sporting registration D-ABTE and manufacturer serial number (MSN) 24966 left the factory doors for Lufthansa in April 1991 and was christened “Sachsen-Anhalt”. Boasting 330 seats – split into first class, business class and economy class – the …

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  • Germanwings Airbus A320 Aviationtag Edition D-AIPW

    Aviationtag X Germanwings!

    Aviationtag has done it again – successfully concluding an exclusive cooperation with another airline. We couldn’t be prouder to be bringing the Airbus A320-200 with registration D-AIPW to you as an Aviationtag and to tell you a little bit more about the plane. The Airbus A320-200 sporting registration D-AIPW and manufacturer serial number (MSN) 137 …

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  • Service times during the festive season

    Dear Aviationtaggers, As Christmas is approaching, we would like to give you an update on the service times during the “most special time of the year”. Our office is closed from December 24th until January 3rd 2022. Customer Service will not be available for support during that time and emails will not be monitored. The …

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  • Interview with Andre Quiros

    Welcome to yet another post in our (B)logbook. Today we have had the chance to ask Andre Quiros, pilot at EVA Air, a couple of questions. Andre was one of the four pilots that flew our EVA Air Boeing 747 B-16411 to its final destination in the US where it was dismantled. Andre, many thanks …

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  • Thomas Cook Airbus A330 Aviationtag Edition G-MLJL

    Last Thomas Cook Airbus now at Aviationtag!

     After 178 years, the world’s oldest tour operator Thomas Cook had to file for insolvency. The package holiday pioneer had defended its place at the top with ever new, revolutionary ideas. Now Aviationtag has a historical piece of that era in the starting blocks: Tags crafted from the Airbus A330-200 – the plane that flew …

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  • US Air Force NASA Beechcraft 18 N6NA Aviationtag Edition

    First Air Force, then NASA, now Aviationtag!

    The Beechcraft N6NA is back! Almost 80 years old, numerous conversions and exciting missions under its belt – we are delighted that the historic Beechcraft N6NA is now part of the Aviationtag family. The plane was built in 1942 for the United States Army Air Force by manufacturer Beech in Wichita, Kansas as the T-11 …

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  • Eva Air Boeing 747 B-16411 Aviationtag Edition

    Aviationtag X EVA Air

    EVA Air’s Last Boeing 747 now at Aviationtag – Huānyíng B-16411  19 years of service under its belt, countless miles and millions of passengers: We are incredibly proud to be welcoming EVA Air’s very last Boeing 747-400 into our Aviationtag family. The jet sporting registration B-16411 and Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 29111 was the last …

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  • SAS Airbus A340 LN-RKG Aviationtag Edition

    Hej, Hallo & Hej då!

    Gudrod Viking, Astrid Viking, Toste Viking, Godfred Viking … these were the names of some of the Airbus A340 models owned by Swedish SAS Scandinavian Airlines, which by the end of 2020 had all been scrapped. The Scandinavian airline once owned eight models of the elegant Airbus quadjet, using them as the flagship for its …

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  • El Al Boeing 747 Aviationtag Edition 4X-ELA

    Shalom El Al!

     In April 1994, the Boeing 747-400 with Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 26055 was delivered to the Israeli airline El Al Israel Airlines. Sporting registration 4X-ELA and christened “Tel Aviv-Jaffa”, the plane was to fly to London, Paris, New York and Bangkok, to name just a few destinations, for over 26 years. In 1994, El Al …

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