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Aviation History and Photos Blog | PlaneTags™

Super Guppy Turbine: Transporting Cargo That No Other Plane Could

February 18, 2021

With just four ever built, and one of them headed for scrapping, MotoArt was thrilled and honored to have the opportunity to preserve the very first Super Guppy Turbine made. Aided by the South Wales Aviation Museum, they were able to obtain the fuselage of this very special aircraft. Learn more about the Super Guppy and how it changed the course of the race to Space for NASA.
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EVA Air 747-400: Spreading Wings Over The World

February 04, 2021

EVA Air was able to grow quickly into an international airline by using the long range Boeing 747-400 to grow its global network. Read about B-16462 and add a 747 PlaneTag to your collection
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P-51K Mustang: One Plane's Journey

January 21, 2021

The P-51 Mustang was a long-range fighter that was invaluable to the Allies during World War II. Its capabilities allowed them to strategically bomb Germany in retaliation to the devastating blows to Great Britain during the Blitz. Its role in the Allied victory is well known, but many of these fighters went on to live entirely different lives post-war. Read about one such Mustang - #44-12852 and its exciting journey.
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DC-9 Aero California: To Baja and Beyond

January 07, 2021

The newest PlaneTags come from a Douglas DC-9-30, clothed in sunny vintage Aero California livery. The rich yellow, orange, red and brown colors were intended to evoke images of sunny Baja California, the home of the airline’s headquarters in La Paz, Mexico during its 1960 - 2008 operations. 

The DC-9 came off the Douglas Aircraft production line in Long Beach, California in 1965 - just one more amazing design from the unrivaled Douglas aircraft lineage. Douglas Aircraft designed and produced dozens of incredible wartime aircraft, as well as a succession of popular passenger jets including their workhorse, the DC-9.

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Best Aviation Gifts Under $50 | New for 2020

December 18, 2020

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T-38 Talon: Pilot Trainer and USAF Workhorse

December 10, 2020

The Northrop T-38 Talon is a supersonic jet that has been used by the USAF to train pilots for over half a century. This high performance jet trainer boasts an exceptional safety record, ease of maintenance and exceptional operating economy that has given it an enduring career, possibly into 2023. Read about this amazing
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ABC Interview with Dave Hall

December 02, 2020

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British Airways - Flying With Pride for 100 Years

November 12, 2020

British Airways has deep roots in the history of civil aviation and has grown to become a symbol of Britain as it flies all over the world. Take a closer look at this aviation icon and and order British Airways 767 PlaneTags for your collection. 

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Qantas 747-400: Celebrating 100 Years of Pioneering Aviation

October 29, 2020

2020 has been a momentous year in world and aviation history, and certainly for Qantas, who celebrates their 100 year anniversary on November 16, 2020. MotoArt is pleased to join the centenary celebration with the addition of a second set of Qantas Boeing 747 PlaneTags . Read more about Qantas and VH-OJP.
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TWA 747: Your Castle In The Air

October 22, 2020

TWA’s 747 service made air travel more desirable and more available for the average traveler of the 1970s and beyond. The larger capacity and lower cost of flying made this wide body aircraft an obvious choice for TWA. Its spacious and roomy interiors and luxurious experiences made it the choice for travelers. Take a closer look at TWA’s 747 jumbo jet and add TWA 747 PlaneTags to your collection.
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Bell Huey UH-1F: Missile Site Support At Its Best

October 15, 2020

Read about MotoArt's Bell UH-1F Huey PlaneTags, made from 66-1222, which was stationed at Ellsworth AFB missile fields during the Cold War. Grab one of these limited edition PlaneTags before they are sold out.
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Vietnam Airlines A321: Soaring with beauty and enlightenment

October 08, 2020

This Airbus A-321-231 took its first flight June 24, 2004 and was soon after delivered to Vietnam Airlines on December 8, 2004.  VN-A347 flew exclusively for Vietnam Airlines, and its subsidiary Jetstar Pacific, between 2004 and 2019, as part of its fleet of 58 A-321-200s. Its bold teal and white livery features Vietnam’s national flower, a gold lotus, which has become a symbol of the airline’s blend of Vietnamese cultural traditions and state-of-the-art technology. Vietnam Airlines was founded in 1956 and is the flag carrier of Vietnam. It was the first Southeast Asian carrier to join the SkyTeam alliance, and proudly carries a 4 star Skytrax rating.

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