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. Read More
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.
The Sikorsky S-61 / H-3 was a heavy-lift helicopter active during the Southeast Asia War years and beyond. It was uniquely equipped to perform search and rescue missions with its armor and armament, pioneering in-flight fueling system, and more - everything needed to put its crew in harm’s way to rescue fellow downed airmen and ensure that our brave soldiers were not left behind. MotoArt owner Dave Hall was glad to partner with Yanks Air Museum to be able to offer a Jolly Green Giant PlaneTag. Read More
MotoArt owner Dave Hall was excited when he found an Aeroflot MD-11F cargo plane right in his backyard. Read about the Aeroflot Russian Airlines MD-11F and how it is being preserved in the form of PlaneTags. Read More
The Messerschmitt BF 109 was considered one of the best WWII fighters and the backbone of the German Luftwaffe fighting force. It was the most produced German fighter during WWII, and one of the most produced warbirds of WW2 with nearly 34,000 produced. MotoArt is pleased to offer Messerschmitt BF 109 PlaneTags , with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Spirit of Flight Foundation’s restoration project.
Boeing and the major airlines, including ANA, came together to design one of the most successful, most produced, and one of the safest aircraft ever built. And it was completely designed by computer without a physical mock up. Read about the 777 and its legacy. Read More
Spotting a Hawaiian Airlines L-1011 with its bright fuchsia and coral livery and Pualani logo evoked warm feelings and thoughts of luxury travel to beautiful tropical islands. Read more about the newest PlaneTags from MotoArt and get a Hawaiian Airlines Lockheed L1011 Tristar PlaneTag of your own.
The first Boeing B-52 entered the scene in 1952 and will remain in U.S. Air Force service through 2040. This incredible long-range, subsonic strategic bomber has played a vital role during the long years of the Cold War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm, Afghanistan, and continues to serve as air support in the Middle East. It has changed over the past 60+ years to adapt to ever changing world events and adversaries but still maintains its original mission of delivering weapons to target every time. Read about MotoArt’s Lucky Lady III, a record setting B-52. Read More
The P-47 G Thunderbolt was one of the most successful American fighters of WWII. The Thunderbolt, also known as the Juggernaut, or the Jug, escorted relentless bombing runs over Germany, battling interceptors to protect Allied bombers. Read more about MotoArt's P-47 Read More
Since our beginning in 2001, MotoArt has created some of the most iconic and influential aviation inspired art and furnishings. Our pioneering designs in aviation art, decor, and furnishings have been featured in magazines and films, and in homes and businesses world wide. In 2015, we changed the game again by offering PlaneTags, which brought the joy of owning parts of amazing aircraft to everyone. We salute our military aircraft and offer a closer look at these incredible planes. Read More
MotoArt preserves a beautiful Thai Airways 747. Read about the airline and the symbolism behind the livery. Read More
The Handley Page Victor, the last of the British V-Bombers, entered the Cold War fray during the ’50s and served with the RAF years beyond the lifetime of the manufacturer itself. One of them, XL191 RAF, faithfully flew with the 55 Squadron as an aerial fuel tanker. Read more about this dramatic, fantastic looking plane then add Handley Page Victor K2 PlaneTags to your collection.