Auf Wiedersehen, Lufthansa Bombardier CRJ700!
Bombardier CRJ700 was once a major aircraft type in the Lufthansa Cityline fleet before its retirement in 2015. Aircraft skin was cut from the fuselage of this CRJ700 with registration number D-ACPF for the aviation luggage tag.
This aviation skin tag is a perfect gift for pilots, crew, employees, coworkers, avgeeks, frequent flyers, and aviation enthusiasts.
8 cm (L) * 4 cm(W) (3.15 in * 1.57 in)
This set of aviation plane skin tags comes in two different designs.
► Style A (Cologne): A CRJ700 is flying over the famous Cologne (Köln) Cathedral and Hohenzollern Bridge. Lufthansa Cityline was previously headquartered in Cologne, Germany before 2013.
► Style B (Munich): A CRJ700 is taxiing in Munich Airport with Munich's city line in the background. Lufthansa Cityline is headquartered in Munich, Germany after 2013.
Where was this plane tag cut from?
This original plane skin tag was cut from the fuselage of CRJ700 with registration number D-ACPF. Specifically, the section was cut from the fuselage near the center of the aircraft. We were able to preserve this section of the fuselage and manufacture a limited number of original aircraft skin tag that carries aviation history.
Aircraft Type: Bombardier CRJ700
Previous Owner: Lufthansa Cityline
Lufthansa Cityline’s CRJ700s were introduced into the network in May 2001 and mainly served domestic Germany and regional European destinations.
CRJ700 /MSN10030 was among the early CRJ700s Bombardier manufactured. It was delivered to Cityline in November 2001 and was named “Uhingen”, a town in the state of Baden-Württembergin, Germany.
This particular aircraft was parted-out in the United States after its retirement in 2014. All CRJ700 planes left CityLine's fleet by March 2015. We were able to preserve some of the skin cuts and manufacture a limited number of original aircraft skin tags that you are holding right now.
Thank you for being a part of aviation history. The history of CRJ700 and Lufthansa will be remembered.
Aboute Bombardier CRJ700
The Bombardier CRJ700 is a regional jet airliner based on the CRJ 100 and 200. Officially launched in 1997, the Bombardier CRJ700's maiden flight took place on 27 May 1999.
The original version of CRJ 700 can accommodate 63 to 78 passengers. It comes in three versions, Series 700, 701, and 702, and has three weight options, standard, ER, and LR. The aircraft has two GE CF34 engines and has a range of 1,378 NM (2,553 km) (ER Version).
Lufthansa CityLine had operated 20 CRJ700 since 2001. All CRJ700s retired from the Lufthansa Cityline fleet in 2015.
About Lufthansa Cityline
Lufthansa Cityline is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa and maintains hubs at Frankfurt Airport and Munich Airport.
The airline was founded in 1958 as Ostfriesische Lufttaxi (OLT). In March 1992 DLT became a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa and was renamed Lufthansa CityLine.
The airline was previously headquartered at Cologne Bonn Airport. Starting in 2013, the management gradually moved to Munich. We thus created two unique designs to remember the history of the two headquarters cities of Lufthansa CityLine.
* 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.