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Kia ora, Air New Zealand Airbus A320!
Air New Zealand is the national airline carrier of New Zealand and has a long history of providing high-quality air travel services to passengers from all over the world. This original aircraft skin tag was made from retired Air New Zealand's Airbus A320 ZK-OJE.
This aviation luggage tag is a perfect gift for pilots, crew, employees, and coworkers, as well as aviation geeks, frequent flyers, and aviation enthusiasts.
Black and White
8 cm (L) * 4 cm(W) (3.15 in * 1.57 in)
This aviation plane skin tag has a unique design. The masterpiece shows an Airbus A320 passenger jet in Air New Zealand livery. It also has a silver fern on the tag which represents the spirit of New Zealand.
Where this plane tag was cut from?
This Airbus A320 original plane tag was cut from the fuselage of Airbus A320 with registration number ZK-OJE. Specifically, the section was cut from the ceiling of the rear fuselage. We were able to preserve this section of the fuselage and manufacture the limited number of original aircraft skin tag that carries aviation history.
Aircraft Type: Airbus A320-200
Owner: Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand is the national airline carrier of New Zealand and has a long history of providing high-quality air travel services to passengers from all over the world. One of the most notable aircraft in the Air New Zealand fleet is the Airbus A320, which has played an important role in the airline's history and expansion.
The Airbus A320 first entered service with Air New Zealand in 2003, when the airline took delivery of its first A320-200. This aircraft was primarily used for domestic and short-haul international flights, and quickly proved to be a popular and reliable choice for passengers.
Over the next few years, Air New Zealand continued to add to its A320 fleet. These aircraft were used to replace some of the older Boeing 737-300s in the airline's fleet and helped Air New Zealand to expand its network of routes throughout New Zealand and the Pacific region including Australia, Fiji, and other Pacific islands.
In recent years, Air New Zealand has expanded its A320 fleet even further, adding several A320neo and A321neo aircraft.
Registered as ZK-OJE, this Airbus A320 (MSN:2148) was delivered in January 2004 and operated by Air New Zealand for 15 years before being returned to its lessor in November 2019. The aircraft was then parted out at Marana Pinal Airpark in the United States, and some of its original skin cuts were preserved and used to manufacture a limited number of original aircraft skin tags.
This original aircraft skin tag represents a significant part of Air New Zealand's history.
About Airbus A320
The Airbus A320 family is a series of narrow-body airliners developed and produced by Airbus. It is the most popular aircraft that Airbus manufactured. Almost all major airlines operate A320 family aircraft. The largest A320 family operator includes American Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, EasyJet, China Southern Airlines, IndiGo, Delta, LATAM, Air Asia, Jet Blue, Air China, and Lufthansa.
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* Important – Please Read Carefully Before Making Purchase
Our aviation luggage tags are made from skins of plane fuselage, not stamped metal. Each luggage tag is unique - color, thickness, wear and tear may differ from one piece to another piece. We did our best to craft and clean each tag by hand carefully, however, some scratches on the surface of the tag are inevitable due to age of those airplanes. These variations and imperfections are not product flaws. Rather, they are the history and story of the airplane and this Aviator’s Story will continue as a luggage tag. Keep away from children's reach. Be cautious that the edge of this product may be sharp and may cause wound on skin. Keep out of mouth.
This product will be shipped in 3 business days. Personalized product or requesting a special serial number may take up to 10 business day to engrave before shipment.