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AirCal - Airline Tails™️ Mini Tail Art Bottle Stoppers

$39.95

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Our Airline Tails are designed for aviation enthusiasts, airline professionals, and travel lovers everywhere who appreciate the finest detail and the highest quality.

Our patent-pending Airline Tails™️Tail Art Bottle Stoppers also serve as the perfect bottle stoppers. Each piece is meticulously manufactured in the USA by our partner, Atlantic Models, known for their museum-quality aircraft models displayed in airline headquarters, museums, and airports throughout the world.

Airline Tails™️ are hand-crafted, finished, fitted with stainless steel hardware. They stand on their own making them perfect for completing your tail art collection. 

Made in the USA.  

Dimensions:

  • Tail Length - 2 1/2"
  • Tail Height - 3" 
  • Tail Width - 3/4" at base
  • Total Height with Stopper - 5"

All airline trademarks are officially licensed. 

History of AirCal

Air California, later renamed AirCal, was an American airline company, founded by William E. Myers and Bill Perrera, a partnership of Orange County businessmen. It began as an intrastate airline operating solely within California.

Air California was headquartered in Newport Beach, California. The airline's "home" airport was Orange County Airport, now known as John Wayne Airport.

Scheduled passenger operations commenced on January 16, 1967. Air California's initial route was a nonstop flight between Orange County Airport(SNA) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), a previously unserved route. Two Lockheed L-188 Electra turboprops were used to make five daily round-trip flights.

Following the federal Airline Deregulation Act in 1978, Air California expanded its service to several destinations in neighboring states. In the 1980s, in addition to its California routes, it was flying to Chicago (ORD), Seattle (SEA), Anchorage (ANC), and Vancouver, B.C. (YVR) as well as to other destinations in the western U.S.

The airline was renamed AirCal in 1981, and it was merged into American Airlines in 1987.