Airliners Parked In Desert Storage Aerial View

Airliners Parked In Desert Storage Aerial View

Airliners parked in row in desert long term storage out of service aerial photo. | Aerial view of Mojave Airport Boneyard featuring ex-British Airways Boeing 767s (B-767), British Aerospace BAe 146s, Douglas C-133 Cargomasters, a CIA Lockheed A-12 and Convair 880.
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The coronavirus or covid-19 pandemic isn’t the first time the airline industry has had to park rows of airliners in long term desert storage. This aerial photo of the Mojave Airport “boneyard” shows a long row of airline aircraft parked in storage because they were either not needed or too expensive to operate.

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Aerial view of Mojave Airport Boneyard features these airline aircraft: ex-British Airways Boeing 767s (B-767), British Aerospace BAe 146s, Douglas C-133 Cargomasters, a CIA Lockheed A-12 and Convair 880.

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