Swords into plowshares, and airframes into keyrings.

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#1

Evidently recycling old airframes into keyrings is in fashion. I purchased this one from aviationtag.com. I flew this aircraft in SAS Commuter as LN-RNM. It also served on the Swedish roster as SE-LFP. She ended her career in Minoan Air as SX-BRV.


#2

but… but… the Fokker F-50 was never a sword! It was named “Friendship” for petes’ sake!

If they’d have keyrings (or a garden shovel!) made out of cold war submarines, now that’s something that would merit being a “sword onto a plowshare”.


#3

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http://www.fokker-aircraft.info/f50enforcerpics.htm


#4

Hmmm…I thought the Fokker 50 had a larger fuselage diameter…:wink:


#5

Interesting business.

I’ve got a few chewed up CFM compressor blades which would work, but…

Have you ever tried drilling a hole through one of them for the keyring?