Tag Archives: planespotter

  • It’s not as easy as it sounds…

    Welcome to another post in our (b)logbook! Often times we are getting messages from you guys that you saw that an aircraft is being retired or dismantled somewhere on this planet – which is fantastic. Today we would like to write about why it is not always that easy to get parts of the fuselage …

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  • Hartelijk welkom PH-BFR!

    Welcome (to) “Rio de Janeiro”! Another airline just joined the Aviationtag fleet and we will give you some interesting background information about the former KLM Boeing 747 today. This airplane is actually a Boeing 747-400 M, so a passenger/cargo or “Combi” variant to be precise. This specific aircraft type first flew on June 30, 1989 …

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  • The art of being unique

    Calling every Aviationtag a work of art would be going too far. But we can safely say that every tag is one of a kind. Why? That’s the question we are aiming to answer in today’s blog post. On the one hand, the products we sell are brand new, at the same time though you …

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  • Our DC9 at the aircraft boneyard in the Mojave desert

    Welcome to the first post in our (b)logbook!

    “A pilot logbook is a record of a pilot’s flying hours. It contains every flight a pilot has flown, including flight time, number of landings, and types of instrument approaches made. Pilots also log simulator time, as it counts towards training.” – this is how Wikipedia defines a pilot logbook.

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