Here’s how to get a part for an Airbus A380


(CNN) – There’s nothing like keeping a memento of your loved one, and if it’s the Airbus A380 in question, you’re in luck.

The aircraft manufacturer has announced that it is selling more than 500 items from one of the extinct large birds. MSN13 was first flown by Emirates in 2008, retired during the pandemic and scrapped in October 2021.

The pieces — mostly cabins — have been divided into 380 lots, and will be sold over three days, from October 13 to 15. The auction will take place in Toulouse, although online bids are also accepted.

Individual doors are available for sale.

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All proceeds will go to the Airbus Foundation and the AIRitage association, which have committed the proceeds of the auction to humanitarian and heritage missions respectively.

Looking for something to remember him by? The kits include all the usual, from seat belts to lamps, as well as windows, rows of seats, a staircase and even a bar. There are also emirate-specific details, such as illuminated emergency exit signs in English and Arabic.

Always wanted to own an airline trolley?  Here is your choice.

Always wanted to own an airline trolley? Here is your choice.

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For busy people, there are items like baby crates, flashlights, and locks to keep galley carts in place.

And if regular airplane gear isn’t fancy enough for you, there’s also an artistic option. Some elements, such as engine blades, have been painted by contemporary artists to become works of art in their own right; others, such as surfboards and skateboards, have no visible connection to the aircraft, but have been created from the raw materials of the A380.

Some items, such as this engine blade, have become works of art.

Some items, such as this engine blade, have become works of art.

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Many items, like these airplane door stops, include a little behind-the-scenes information.
Estimated prices start around $80 for an emergency exit sign. Looking for the way? Visit the auction website to view listings for days one, two and three.