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Airbus A380 - F-HPJF (Bi-Colours & Partial Bi-Colours)

Airbus A380 - F-HPJF (Bi-Colours & Partial Bi-Colours)

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Discover our latest Aviationtag edition: the F-HPJF, our second Air France Airbus A380 after the F-HPJA. Delivered to Air France with MSN 64 in 2011, this majestic aircraft served the French flag carrier for just nine short years before being retired in Spain in 2020. With the flight number AF380, the Airbus was transferred to Teruel on April 25, 2020 and initially parked there during the coronavirus crisis. In 2023, the A380 was finally recycled and parts of it ended up with us in Cologne for upcycling.

A special novelty is that we have produced Aviationtags made of GLARE, an innovative hybrid material made of aluminum and glass fiber laminate, for the first time. The use of a special waterjet cutting technology enabled us to precisely shape these unique Aviationtags, making them coveted collector's items for aircraft enthusiasts and used worldwide as key rings or luggage tags.

Buy your piece of Airbus A380 aviation history today with our exclusive Air France A380 Glare Aviationtag!

Note: Each Aviationtag is unique. Depending on the aircraft, they differ in their feel, thickness of the material and color. Small bumps tell of the many years in the skies and express the character of days gone by. Small 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!

When used as a key ring or luggage tag, we recommend using the Aviationtag protective case.

Airbus A380: The Airbus A380 is a four-engine wide-body aircraft with two continuous passenger decks.

With a capacity of up to 853 passengers, the low-wing aircraft is the largest aircraft in history ever to be mass-produced. It has a maximum range of 16,300 km and a cruising speed of around 940 km/h. The maximum take-off mass of the giant aircraft is approx. 590 tons!

In 2021, production of the Airbus A380 ended and the last of its kind was delivered to Emirates.

Weight 0.025 kg
Manufacturer

Airbus

Aircraft Type

A330

Registration

G-HPJF

Operator

Air France

Maße

35 x 88 mm

Material

Recycled aircraft skin

Product Colour

White

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