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Eight planes are 747s, five are MD-10s and three are 757s. Victorville-Southern California Logistics Airport November 14, 2014 Photo by: Tim Bowrey "An overview of Victorville with far too many Queen's parked being stripped for parts with a new resident ZK-SUH nearest only retiring a short time ago and already looking like her flying days are over." [All she needs is a new set of engines and she probably could fly again.]

Eight planes are 747s, five are MD-10s and three are 757s. Victorville-Southern California Logistics Airport November 14, 2014 Photo by: Tim Bowrey "An overview of Victorville with far too many Queen's parked being stripped for parts with a new resident ZK-SUH nearest only retiring a short time ago and already looking like her flying days are over." [All she needs is a new set of engines and she probably could fly again.]

Retired Northwest Airlines Aircraft

One-engine taxi mode as it nears the dock after another sched flight. - Photo taken at Campbell River - Seaplane in British Columbia, Canada on September

Aircraft boneyard in the Mojave Desert, California.

The secrets of the desert aircraft ‘boneyards’

What happens when an aircraft is no longer needed? In the desert dry of the south-western US, vast ‘boneyards’ are homes to thousands of aircraft.

Victorville Boneyard.

Whether you consider them hauntingly breathtaking or a sad reminder of glory days gone by, the aircraft graveyards in America are simply fascinating places. These pictures show some of the most notabl

"The Great Aviation Graveyard" - Major aircraft carriers in the U.S store dozens of passenger planes at the former Air Force base in Victorville, California.

ZK-TEA. Air New Zealand - in the revised livery at Sydney Airport, July 1968.TASMAN EMPIRE AIRWAYS LTD--- became Air New Zealand.

Air New Zealand Lockheed Electra ZK-TEA "Aotearoa" at Sydney-Kingsford Smith, July (Photo: R.

Impresionante imagen de un 747 despegando sobre otro

KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines PH-BFI Boeing Believe it or not, big ole blue is actually taking off.

High quality photo of N8855E (CN: 20617) Braniff International Airlines Boeing 727-225(Adv) by Duncan Stewart

Martinez Martinez Cavalcante (JORGENCA) I was never so happy to see a plane as the purple Braniff that brought us back to the US!

Boeing 747-341(SF) N789SA 23394 Mojave Airport - KMHV ✈ | Follow civil aviation on AerialTimes. Visit our boards on pinterest.com/aerialtimes or like us on www.facebook.com/aerialtimes

Boeing 747-341(SF) N789SA 23394 Mojave Airport - KMHV ✈ | Follow civil aviation on AerialTimes. Visit our boards on pinterest.com/aerialtimes or like us on www.facebook.com/aerialtimes

Built as an RC-121D and progressively updated as EC-121D, then EC-121H and finally EC-121T. Retired to MASDC in late 1978 by the Homestead AFB-based 79 AEW & CS, with 20980 hrs recorded. Later broken up - Photo taken at Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal) (DMA / KDMA) in Arizona, USA in October, 1979.

Built as an RC-121D and progressively updated as EC-121D, then EC-121H and finally EC-121T. Retired to MASDC in late 1978 by the Homestead AFB-based 79 AEW & CS, with 20980 hrs recorded. Later broken up - Photo taken at Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal) (DMA / KDMA) in Arizona, USA in October, 1979.

doyoulikevintage: “ mig 29 ”

Mikoyan Gurevich Mig 39 Berkuit Skinny Russian Spycatcher -- KINDLY NOTE >>> this is the BERKUT ("Golden Eagle") designated as the and still referred to as a technology demonstrator.

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