With the HS-TJF, we are now also proudly welcoming the world’s largest twin-engine airliner, the Boeing 777, into our fleet. In September 1997 it left the Boeing factory in Everett bearing the Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 27731 and was delivered to Thai Airways, where it was registered as HS-TJF.
The Star Alliance member then christened the B777-200 “Phanom Sarakham”, an administrative district in the Chachoengsao Province in the central region of Thailand.
In 2016, the HS-TJF was decommissioned and initially parked in Bangkok before then being transferred – with an overlay in Dubai – to Cotswold airport in the UK, where it was finally scrapped in late 2018.
We are thrilled to now be able to offer you a very special Aviationtag featuring the colourful, floral design of Thai Airways.
Go, get yours now!
Note: Every tag is unique. Depending on the plane, tags may vary in terms of haptics, material thickness and colour. Small blemishes bear witness to the plane’s long history and are an authentic reminder of its glory days over the clouds.
The Boeing 777 or Triple Seven is a twin-engine wide-body long-haul airliner manufactured by Boeing accommodating between 300 and 550 passengers, depending on the configuration. It is the largest twin-engine airliner in the world and the first to use fly-by-wire technology. The Boeing 777 has been in production since 1994 and its first customer was United Airlines.
Depending on the model, the 777 ranges from 63.7 m to 76.7 m in length, with a wingspan of up to 71.8 m. The latest versions are said to have a range of up to 16,090 km.
||Thai International Airways
||35 x 88 mm
||recycled aircraft skin / aluminium