Airline trolleys have become a collector’s item. But where do you get the accessories?
PORT ORANGE, FL, June 26, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Since the seventies of last century, airline trolleys, also called galley carts or airline service carts, have been a common sight inside airliners of the world’s premium airlines. When airplanes got larger, hand delivery of food and drinks to passengers was no longer practical. The airline trolley was the solution to the problem – and still is today.
In recent years, used airline trolleys, of which the airlines disposed of, have become a sought-after and really cool collector’s item. Not only are airline galley carts unbelievably useful as a mobile storage unit or a stylish, roll-around compact bar, but many collectors specifically cherish the aviation flair in their home. They are proud of an item in their living room which has travelled the world and spent millions of miles at 30,000 ft., most of the time way above all clouds.
“Many owners of used trolleys found it challenging to find the accessories or inserts which they needed because the airlines often sold their galley carts without them,” said Dieter Canje, President of MySky Aircraft. “While we have been supplying high end aluminum drawers and other accessories for years, we only recently decided to add these low-cost food trays to our product line. This way a collector can put a trolley with “flight experience” to good use without braking the bank”. View ATLAS trolley accessories here: https://www.myskycart.com/accessories.php/
About MySky Aircraft: Established in 2008, MySky specializes in the design of light aircraft and components. The MySky MS-1, its first own design, has been flying since 2009 (www.mysky.aero). With the MySky Collection (www.myskycollection.com) and the SkyCart the company aspires to bring authentic aviation objects to discriminating interior decorators and design-oriented individuals. For more information visit: http://www.myskycart.com.
The MySky SkyCart division specializes in brand new, authentic airline trolleys, exactly as used by full service airlines around the world. They actually roll off of one of the assembly lines that supply the airlines with new galley carts and they are designed, built, and tested to the aviation authorities’ rigid quality standards. Exterior designs from traditional to ultra-hip make the SkyCart an attractive and useful conversation piece in anybody’s home or office. It can be a wine storage, rolling home bar, a home office, and much more.
“While everybody agrees that an airline trolley is a useful, stylish and cool addition to a home, not everybody tolerates an old, dented piece of equipment in the living room,” said Dieter Canje, “For these demanding customers we offer brand new airline trolleys. They are not cheap, but they offer the ultimate value in design, functionality and durability.”
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