The Inspiration of Japan is back, Aviationtag ANA edition!
After a long time, Aviationtag’s World trip is finally back in Asia: With the former All Nippon Airways (ANA) Boeing 737 JA02AN they welcome the Star Alliance member to there collection again. The Boeing 737-700 was delivered to the Japanese carrier in January 2006 with MSN 33872. After only 15 years of service, the JA02AN retired in May 2021 before being parked in Victorville. Aviationtag is very happy that they were then able to secure these great cuts for the second All Nippon Airways Edition!
Order it now, and don’t forget the cover!
Please be advised: Owning an Aviationtag, is owning a piece of history. During the airplane’s long life, the skin has developed some unique properties which make each tag different. Depending on the aircraft and what part it’s manufactured from, tags may show differences in material, color, thickness, and finish. For example, small scratches and flaking paint are perfectly normal, and these imperfections reflect on the long history of the aircraft. They give the tag its unique look and make it an excellent aviation collectible!
When using the Aviationtag as a keychain or luggage tag, we strongly advise using the original Aviationtag cover to preserve the finish.
History of the Boeing 737
The Boeing 737 made its first flight in April 1967. It was put into service with Lufthansa on February 10, 1968.
In 1984, the 737 Classic was introduced, the biggest improvements were capacity, wingspan, and a change to the CFM56 engines with better fuel efficiency. It comes in three size variants (-300, -400, -500).
The 737 Next Generation (NG) entered service in 1997. The new model had a new airframe, wing design, cabin improvements, a glass cockpit and CFM56-7 series engines. Four size variants are available (-600, -700, -800, -900).
The latest generation, the 737 MAX, made its first flight on January 29, 2016. The model had updated avionics with bigger screens, split-tip winglets, and was re-engined with the more fuel-efficient CFM LEAP-1B. It comes in four variants (MAX 7, 8, 9, 10)