Aviation Day X Etihad!
From Abu Dhabi to the World of Aviationtag - The next cooperation with Etihad Airways is about to start
The Boeing 777-200LR Worldliner with the registration VT-ALB and the Manufacturer's Serial Number (MSN) 36301 was delivered to Air India on August 24, 2007 and named "Arunachal Pradesh".
After seven years with the then flag carrier of India, the aircraft was taken over by Etihad on April 30, 2014. With the new registration A6-LRB, the Boeing 777-200LR was underway until March 2018 and parked in San Bernardino, California for three years with the registration N281UA.
In 2021, the Boeing was the very first aircraft of this model to be scrapped and recycled.
Now we are happy to introduce you to our exclusive cooperation with Etihad Airways and to bring you the first pieces of this machine to your home!
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Last airline: Etihad Airways
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!
Boeing 777: The Boeing 777 or Triple Seven is a twin-engine wide-body Boeing long-haul aircraft for between 300 and 550 passengers, depending on configuration. It is the largest twin-engine airliner in the world and used fly-by-wire technology for the first time. The Boeing 777 has been in production since 1994 and was able to win United Airlines as its launch customer.
Depending on the model, the 777 is between 63.7m and 76.7m long and has a wingspan of up to 71.8m. The A6-LRB is the Boeing 777-200LR (Long Range), also known as the "Worldliner".
In November 2005, the second 777-200LR prototype left Hong Kong to over to fly the Pacific, North America and the Atlantic to London. Test pilot Suzanna Darcy-Hennemann landed at Heathrow Airport at approximately 14:30 CET on 10 November 2005, 22 hours and 42 minutes after take-off, setting a new record of 21,601 km for the longest non-stop flight of any commercial, non-military aircraft.
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