It's no secret that aviation technology has come a long way in the past century—from the Wright brothers' first flight to today's supersonic jets, we've seen some incredible advancements. But what do you do with an aircraft after it has served its purpose?
Well, that depends on the aircraft. Some airframes have a memorable history behind them, and there are companies dedicated to repairing and refurbishing these aircrafts for use in aviation museums or as personal aircraft for wealthy collectors. But what about those planes that have been damaged beyond repair? These are often sold to scrap metal companies where they are broken down into parts and reused in other applications.
But not all of these parts are used for things like cars or bowling balls—they can also be used by creative individuals who want to take advantage of their design as a way to create something new and exciting.
That's why we're so excited about what SkyArt is doing! Our team works with aviation enthusiasts all over the world who have an eye for aesthetics and design and can take these old parts and turn them into something new, beautiful, and functional. Whether you want a coffee table made from old turbine blades or a coat rack made from landing gear struts, we've got you covered!