The complete history of Tailfins key chains…
Tailfins started with just 25 limited edition pieces from an aircraft previously belonging to British Airways. It was a 747-400 and we crafted 25 limited edition pieces from its lower blue fuselage.
The product design was key and it had to be something iconic and instantly recognisable. Tailfins was born in Summer 2020.
Below is the complete list of key chains since the start of Tailfins.
|Airline / Operators||Aircraft||No. of|
Tailfins key chains
|Edition #13||ZA590||Royal Air Force||Tornado GR1||20|
|Edition #12||G-BNLE||British Airways||747-400||25|
|Edition #11||G-OMYT (G-MOJO)||Thomas Cook (previously Airtours, Premiair, Garuda Indonesia, and MyTravel)||A330-200||50|
|Edition #10||Withdrawn before release||Jet 2 (previously Ansett)||737-300||0|
|Edition #9||CS-TPK||Portugalia AIrlines PGA||Emb 145||40|
|Edition #8||SP-HAU (G-MIDE, G-OZBL)||Small Planet Poland|
(previously British Midland, BMI and Monarch)
|Edition #7||N815FD (EC-117, EC-FNI, |
EC-FXB, F-WQHN, F-GJEZ, F-OJAF)
(previously Oasis International, Air Charter and Air Afrique)
(Previously Singapore Airlines)
|Edition #5||G-CIVE||British Airways / British Asia Airways||747-400||200|
|Edition #4||ZA449||Royal Air Force||Tornado GR4||80|
|Edition #3||G-ZZZC||British Airways||777-200||110|
|Edition #2||G-CIVM||British Airways||747-400||190|
|Edition #1||G-CIVG||British Airways||747-400||25|