I have Tag #100 of this and its a great early Delta before the now amazing partnership MotoArt has with them
In November, 1984, Delta received its first Boeing 757: Ship N602DL. I was still a relatively new Delta pilot, sitting sideways as a 727 Flight Engineer. Years, and promotions, kept coming, and by 1997 I found myself in the left seat of our 757/767 fleet. When I first stumbled upon an ad for a 757 Planetag, I quickly dug into my logbook to ensure I'd flown that ship, and I found a bunch of her entries. I understand that later Delta requested MotoArt to replace the ship number with a serial number, so I was pleased that I had a tag bearing the more commonly used ship ID. And I was thrilled that eventually MotoArt and Delta came to an agreement that led to great new 757, MD-88 and 767 tags being produced - - and all were aircraft I'd flown as a Delta Captain. Oh, yeah, I've bought a bunch of those, too. So if buying Planetags is a disease, this first issue of ship 602 was where I contracted it!
Another easy choice if you want a 757 tag on the slightly cheaper side.
If you're a Delta fan, buying one of these tags alongside EI-BTN gives you pieces of Delta's first 757 and L-1011, which is pretty remarkable when you think about it. This was my first personalized tag and the text on the back is easy to read. I miss the days of the prices of these tags, though!
It feels awesome to own a piece of a 757. What’s even cooler is that this is from Delta’s first ever 757. It arrived relatively quickly and the product quality is great!
Five star product, five star seller.
Great add to the collection!
Thank you for all the help you gave me to get this wonderful plane tag, which was a present to a Delta employee.Thanks
Nice tag...... Flew with a delta 757 and love to have the tag.
Great tag happy with the purchase
I ordered the item at the beginning of June and have received today on the 19th. I am from England and with the covid issue I think this is a very quick delivery. I had updates daily from USPS telling me where the item was which in itself was interesting; once it got to Heathrow, I could use the tracking code on Royal mail site which gave detailed delivery info. The product is very high quality, obviously will be coming from $95mil airplane, But I'm referring to the engraving which is excellent. I wish I lived closer, I would be buying the more bulky items you create if so! Thanks guys