Today I received a message from a potential customer who asked this question: “… would I be able to use this at an event and have a server wheel it around to serve drinks? Or is it meant to be more stationary?” This one was easy to answer: “Yes, of course, this is exactly what the SkyCart™ and all airline trolleys are made for. They are designed to be used in a flying commercial airliner and will be pushed up and down the aisles all the time.” Then, I noticed, that on our web site we do not really explain […]
There are so many options for the exterior design of the SkyCart™ that it can be difficult to decide which is the best fit for your interior decor. But wait – there is help on the way! You can print almost all of our designs on a letter size paper sheet on your home or office computer. Just go to our web page “SkyCart Models”, select which one you like and print it. Then cut it out, fold it and assemble it with glue or tape. It’s easy. If you are in doubt, just print another one. For best results […]
In 2015 four wealthy businessmen from Singapore and Taipei got together and hatched the plan to create a new airline. Their idea was to connect some of the most important aviation hubs in the Far East with a fleet a Jumbo Jets. They would all be configured in just one class – international business class. In the following months they defined more details and had a staff of aviation experts create the operating and marketing plans. At the time, the purchase prices for used four engine Boeing 747s on the market for used airliners had come down considerably. The established […]
New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington, Detroit, Dallas, Miami, Houston, Philadelphia are some of the major US cities which we associate with the lifestyle of urban America. This SkyCart™ is designed to bring the scent of America’s most difining metropolitain areas to your home or office. It makes a statement about how you feel connected to the country. All four side panels and the interior of the door are decorated with an artist’s expression of interlocking names of major US cities, symbolizing that they are all different – but belong together and form one unified part of the […]
The SkyCart™ is a factory new, authentic airline trolley as it is used for food and beverage service aboard the world’s best reputed full-service airlines. It is produced by a manufacturer which supplies the airlines with galley trolleys certified by the aviation authorities. It meets all the specifications for airline galley carts in service on commercial aircraft – ensuring authentic aviation quality, style and unparalleled durability. In an airliner you will see them used to supply food and drinks to the passengers. That is what they are designed for. They are extremely robust, but also very light (every ounce counts […]
The idea was to help the Topeka Air Combat Museum keep their Spooky AC-47 gunship flying. They kept it in airworthy condition and participated in air shows to keep history alive. Read more about Spooky and its history on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_AC-47_Spooky You might also be interested in a SkyCart with WWII nose art. How about these here: https://myskycart.com/noseart1/
This is the Dry Ice Drawer. It comes with every SkyCart. You do not need to order it separately, it is part of the basic SkyCart. This Dry Ice Drawer is part of the original ATLAS standard. At the time the airlines filled these drawers with dry ice to keep the food cool during the long flights. Today, some still use it that way. Other airlines have installed refrigerated bays where they park their airline trolleys during long flights. At home, in the office, or at an event you might still use the drawer to keep food items cool. You […]
Yes, it can be done. You will need quite a lot of wrapping paper but the size and weight (only 29 lbs. empty) don’t prevent wrapping. Look at this one: We ship our airline trolleys in heavy card board boxes. The size is 42″x18″x14″ and the shipping weight is 34 lbs. for an empty SkyCart. This is what the shipping box looks like: Inside, the SkyCart is protected by styrofoam sheets. Once you lift (or roll) it out of its box you can use it right away. There is absolutely no assembly required.
If you visit the VIP Lounge at Soldier Stadium in Chicago you will have a chance to order a cocktail straight from one of our SkyCarts: They had their own graphics department design the decoration for the SIP & SOAR and AVIATOR Craft Cocktails SkyCarts. What could be more appropriate than to serve AVIATOR Craft Cocktails from an airline trolley? We modified the SkyCarts slightly so that they can display a flag. This way they are easier to spot in a lounge which might get crowded at times.