“Remove Before Flight” key rings (also known as) were once used exclusively by pilots, airport employees and other people working with civil and military aircraft. They are now a popular fashion accessory. The phrase, which relates to equipment or items that must be removed from planes and their immediate surroundings before takeoff, also features on clothing, tags and streamers. The key rings feature a red fabric strap and the three words embroidered in white thread on both sides. Some companies customize the by replacing one side of text with their own logo or message.
Visit several gift stores near your home to discover if they sell key rings. They usually cost only about $3.
View websites of major retailers to see if they have the stylish key rings in stock. Enter the quantity of key rings you wish to buy.
Help good causes by purchasing the key rings from a charity or nonprofit organization such as the Air Force Museum Foundation.
Buy a customized key ring with a different logo or phrase from a company such as Airbus. The aviation giant has added its name to one side of the durable strap.
Make your own Remove Before Flight key ring. You will need red and white thread, grommet, computer with embroidery software, and a serger (overlocker).