Aviationtag and Etihad Airways have teamed up to present their exclusive collaboration, marking the first pieces of the scrapped Boeing 777-200LR aircraft model to become repurposed souvenirs.
Originally christened “Arunachal Pradesh”, the plane was delivered to Air India in 2007 before being transferred to Etihad Airways in 2014 under new registration A6-LRB. The Boeing continued to take passengers on long-haul flights until it was retired in March 2018 and stored for three years in San Bernardino, California. In 2021, the plane became the first of its model to be scrapped and recycled.
The Boeing 777-200LR is the largest twin-engine airliner in the world and the first to employ fly-by-wire technology. Since it was first made by Boeing in 1994, the aircraft has been used by various airlines, with Etihad Airways among the carriers that have operated the model.
Each Aviationtag is crafted uniquely from recycled aircraft components, resulting in variations in texture, colour and blemishes that bear witness to the plane’s history. A protective cover is available to preserve these tags.
Experience the flight yourself and secure your one-of-a-kind collectible from the repurposed remains of the Boeing 777-200LR “Worldliner”.