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Each Aviationtag is unique and is actually made from the skin of a specific decommissioned aircraft. They can be used to tag baggage, as keychains or simply as a piece of airline memorabilia.
“In 1994, the B747-400M was delivered to KLM with the serial number 27202 and was christened “Rio de Janeiro”. The 747-400M is a combined passenger and cargo version (also known as a “combi”) and was produced just 61 times in this version. After 23 years of faithful service for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the PH-BFR embarked on its last journey on December 6, 2017 as flight number KL747.
For fans of Boeing 747 and KLM it has now been preserved as an Aviationtag.”
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