Here is a list of decommissioned real aircraft that can be installed as an air monument. You can choose an airplane model or a replica on a pedestal and buy it in the catalog.
If you are thinking about buying a real decommissioned aircraft or want a fuselage as an art object at a reasonable price, then we suggest that you familiarize yourself with this catalog. We have a large offer, a variety of aircraft made in the USSR, Russia and the world. There is also a large selection of replicas, copies of legendary aircraft for sale.
Installation as an aircraft monument on a pedestal:
- of the classic legendary An-2 aircraft,
- mock-up of a military combat aircraft of the Great Patriotic War Yak-1, Yak-3, MiG-3, LaGG-3, Pe-2 bomber, or more modern MiG-23, MiG-25 or Su-24 fighters.
- passenger Yak-40, An-24, Il-18, Tu-134, Tu-154.
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Large passenger aircraft Boeing or Tu-154 for a restaurant, art object, quest or flight simulator.
The idea of making a unique restaurant inside the plane is not new. This solution was introduced by craftsmen in the USSR. Now this topic is popular again, especially in dynamically developing China. Watch an interesting video how a Chinese man bought a plane and opened a restaurant there . Or The best cafe in the world. However, we have this huge potential creative business has not yet taken place. The decommissioned aircraft can also be used as a movie theater, quest, or other entertainment. Also a fairly profitable business is an airplane with a built-in simulator - an airplane simulator, which is installed in shopping centers or other places. These and other aircraft can be found in the decommissioned aircraft catalog. Complete aircraft with all documents are sold under a sales contract. We also have Decommissioned helicopters on a pedestal, which you can freely buy.
For more information about airplanes on a pedestal, about the purchase process and technical points, read the link: Frequently asked questions FAQ: Planes on a pedestal
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