If you love all things related to aviation then this is the store for you. The Boeing Store features a collection of furniture and artwork derived from genuine aircraft parts.

The Custom Hangar was created to share the work of Boeing and its heritage companies with the world. They search aviation boneyards and other out-of-the-way locations to find rare artifacts that they refurbish and refinish by hand. Each piece is installed in museum-quality mountings fabricated with aircraft-grade materials and tools. Custom Hangar furniture, accessories, and art pieces complement both contemporary and traditional décor.


Artifacts in the catalog represent a selection of current Custom Hangar offerings. Additional items are available online at and in select Boeing Store retail outlets across the US. New artifacts are added constantly.

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747-400 Galley Beverage Cart

Wow your guests with beverage service from an actual Boeing airliner galley cart. Retired from service on a Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet, this cart has been refurbished by hand for its new life on land. It features functional locking wheels and brushed aluminum diamond-embossed panels. It also makes a great rolling storage unit for home office or hobby room. Certificate of Authenticity included. Each piece is unique and may vary slightly from photograph

Boeing Boeing Grab hold of a piece of history with an authentic co-pilot yoke from a 727-251 jet. The first 727 rolled out Nov. 27, 1962, bearing the same lemon-yellow and copper-brown color scheme as the Dash 80. However, by the time of its first flight, orders were still below the estimated break-even point of 200. To help spur sales, Boeing sent a 727 on a 76,000-mile tour of 26 countries. This yoke is from a 727-251 operated from 1980 until its retirement, logging 59,437 flight hours and 37,775 flight cycles.

BoeingEngineThe Boeing 727 and 747 jetliners each revolutionized passenger flight, making round-the-world travel a possibility for more people than ever before. This elegant table is made from recycled 727 and 747 parts, including elements from Pratt & Whitney JT8D and JT9D jet engines. These genuine parts, made from Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy and Inconel 901 nickel alloy and other materials, have been cleaned and polished and topped with a one-half-inch-thick round glass table surface. Certificate of Authenticity included.

WindowThe 757 ecoDemonstrator supported an ongoing Boeing-industry partnership investigating ways to improve commercial airliners’ environmental performance by reducing emissions and noise and enhancing fuel and aerodynamic efficiency. The 757 ecoDemonstrator completed its work in 2015 and is now being recycled using environmental best practices. This intriguing artifact is a table made out of a window section from the 757 ecoDemonstrator. The aluminum four-window section with original blue paint has been cleaned and smoothed and fitted with custom metal legs and a polished half-inch glass top.

BoeingHold history in your hand. The Boeing 727 jetliner was the first trijet introduced into commercial service and the best-selling airliner in the world for many years. This artifact is a genuine 727 hubcap that has been refurbished and given a durable, hand-applied silver powder coating that complements the world-famous Boeing Stratotype logo. Certificate of Authenticity included.