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Aviationtag Air Serbia ATR 72 - YU-ALT

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Aviationtag X Air Serbia

The motto for Air Serbia's 10th birthday celebration is "Cherishing your memories for 10 years!" We congratulate the airline with our new edition upcycled from the material of the ATR 72 YU-ALT!

In June 1998, the ATR 72 was initially delivered to China Xinjiang Airlines, where it served until 2011 under the registration B-3027. In the years 2012 and 2013, it returned to Europe, bearing the registration YR-ATR and flying for Carpatair in Romania and Alitalia.

Finally, in June 2013, it was registered as YU-ALT for JAT Airways and shortly thereafter for Air Serbia. After a long and successful flying career, it was retired in 2022 and underwent a recycling process in Sonderborg, Denmark. The parts obtained during this process now form the basis for our exclusive Aviationtag x Air Serbia Edition.

A unique piece of aviation history, handcrafted with precision to preserve the authenticity and individuality of this special aircraft. Secure your unique memento now and carry a piece of aviation history with you!

Manufacturer: Avions de Transport Regional
Model: 72
Registration: YU-ALT
Last airline: Air Serbia

A notice: Every Aviationtag 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 did not arise from the production process, but rather reflect the condition of the aircraft material used!

ATR 72-500: The ATR 72 is a turboprop regional airliner manufactured by the French-Italian consortium Avions de Transport Régional for short-haul cargo and passenger services. It was developed from the shorter ATR 42. In January 1986 the ATR 72 was officially presented and in 1989 the Finnish Karai the first ATR 72-100.

The ATR 72 is the 4.5 m stretched version of the ATR 42. Like this, it is equipped with two turboprop engines. In addition to the extended passenger compartment, the wings were also enlarged. Since the aircraft's tanks are located in the wings, the ATR 72 also has a larger tank and therefore a longer range.

The maximum range is a good 1,300KM and the maximum speed is 511 KM/H. Depending on the equipment, the ATR 72 can accommodate around 75 passengers.

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