An Inexpensive Gift for Aviation Geeks

Aviation geeksIf you or a loved one is an aviation geek (I’m one, too), you need to check out these unique key chains called Plane Tags. MotoArt is a company based in El Segundo, California (just south of LAX) that salvages old airplanes and turns them into these practical mementos. MotoArt’s plane tags are resurrected from the skin of retired aircraft, giving them a second life. The company states on its website: “This is our opportunity to create something new by honoring the old.“

All key chains list not only the type of aircraft they’re made from but the actual tail number, as well. Prices range from $24.95 to $96 on Amazon depending on the make and model of the planes.

Johnny Jet

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