MotoArt Studios is well-known among airplane aficionados for their conference tables, office furniture and decorative items such as mirrors. What makes these items unique is that they’re crafted from old Boeing 747 engine turbofan housings, airplane wings and other bits of retired aircraft.

The company has recently expanded its product line to include serial-numbered luggage tags (ranging from $25 to $100) made from the skin of retired airplanes.

“We include the tail number of the aircraft so you can look up the history of your plane,” said Dave Hall of MotoArt Studios, “And it will tell you how much the aircraft originally cost, what year it was built and the airlines that flew it.”