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  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT
  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT
  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT
  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT
  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT
  • Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT

Custom Douglas DC-9 C-FTLT

C$59.99Price
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Important: This is an option to have your Plane Chain engraved with custom text. Please fill out the above text field with your desired text. We will engrave the backside with one or more lines of text depending on how long the desired text is. If you have specific spacing or orientation requests, please email us at info@planechains.ca with your order number and instructions. Given the nature of custom engraving, custom keychains are ineligible for returns or exchanges.

 

If you're not interested in custom engraving, click here for the standard keychain.

 

Introducing the latest incredible addition to the Plane Chains Hangar; the legendary CC-138 "Twin Otter"

 

These incredible new Plane Chains are crafted from the left wing of RCAF CC-138 #13805. They feature all of the colours from the iconic RCAF Search and Rescue colour schemem, including the bright yellow, red, and black. Holding these tags in your hand is truly special, knowing that they've endured the harshest and coldest operating conditions on earth, meanwhile serving an incredibly vital role for nearly 5 decades. Not to mention, #13805 continues to fufill her roles, albeit with new wings. The CC-138 Twin Otter is a workhorse for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and now you can carry a piece of its legacy with you wherever you go.

 

These keychains are 3.6cmx8.8cm in size, they feature the original paint, wear, and tear of the aircraft, and are laser engraved with aircraft details.

 

To custom engrave your Plane Chain, click here.

  • The CC-138 is the RCAF variant of the legendary DHC-6 Twin Otter. Her unmatched performance, reliability, ruggedness and versatility make the Twin Otter the only aircraft on the market which is suitable to support RCAF operations in Canada’s remote Arctic. Introduced in 1971, the CC-138 has filled a great number of roles, and to this day continues to defy all odds.

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