The F-18 is not just any fighter jet; it's a true icon of military might and technological prowess. MotoArt has preserved the story of one F/A-18A++, BuNo 163124, and has given it an opportunity to live on in a unique way. Read more about this legendary aircraft, then add a piece of history to your collection while they are available.
Sun Country Airlines has carved a niche for itself in the aviation industry as a budget-friendly carrier with a keen focus on customer satisfaction and operational efficiency, aboard its all Boeing 737 fleet. Read about Sun Country and N713SY, a Boeing 737, then grab one for your PlaneTags collection at planetags.com. Read More
Are you ready to embark on a journey with your PlaneTags and possibly win a rare piece of aviation history? Whether you're drawn to the sleek lines of commercial airliners or the storied pasts of military aircraft, our Mystery PlaneTags Contest is your ticket to adding an exclusive tag to your collection. Read More
The Convair CV-240 with registration N51331, known for its rich history and service with several airlines including Alaska Airlines, represents a significant piece of aviation heritage. Recognizing its historical value, we are now creating PlaneTags from this iconic aircraft, offering aviation enthusiasts a unique opportunity to own a part of this remarkable airliner's legacy. Read more. Read More
The Boeing Vertol YUH-61A, also known as Model 179, was a prototype military helicopter developed for the United States Army's Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System (UTTAS) competition in the 1970s. Read more about this whirlybird then add one to your collection. Read More
Traveling with Pan Am was synonymous with an era when air travel was not just about reaching a destination but savoring the journey. This is the second part in a series about Pan Am. Read the first article here: Jetsetting Back in Time: Exploring Pan Am's Impact on Air Travel, then sign up for exclusive access to Pan Am PlaneTags.
Finding an English Electric Canberra, with less than 1,400 built, was a challenge for the MotoArt PlaneTags team, something Dave Hall wasn't sure he'd ever see. Read about WH712, a Canberra that flew for the RAF and Venezuela Air Force before landing in the PlaneTags hangar. Read More
In 2023, MotoArt and Alaska Airlines collaborated to create the first Alaska Airlines branded PlaneTags, made from N522VA, an Airbus A319. Read more about this plane’s history, then order your own Alaska Airlines A319 PlaneTags. Read More
In the late 1960’s, as the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and the French Armée de l'Air prepared to replace their aging ground-attack fleet, the two nations came together to produce a brand new aircraft to suit both of their needs. Introducing the SEPECAT Jaguar. Read More