This is either what aircraft graveyard operators do when they are board or its some kind of organized escape

28 Sep 2015 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 16

  1. Robert McSpadden 28 Sep 2015 Reply

    If I am not mistaken, I believe this is fairly close to Davis Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson Arizona.

  2. i like the bordem idea, but the graveyard is a better choice on this one. although, escaping sounds good…at least for a little while!!!😃😃😃😃

  3. There's a civilian aircraft boneyard between Phoenix and Davis-Monthan. I don't remember what town it's in. I remember seeing it off the I-10 heading to Davis-Monthan from Phoenix.

  4. SLAW geleki sipehiye

  5. William Waggener 28 Sep 2015 Reply


  6. keith olszewski 28 Sep 2015 Reply

    Many 727's.

  7. "… and we would have gotten away with it too if not for those meddling DC-10s!"

  8. Bill Currie 28 Sep 2015 Reply

    Somebody threw away a perfectly good 747!

  9. David Mckenzie 28 Sep 2015 Reply

    Why don't we gut these and make them into shelters for homeless?

  10. Delisle Miller 28 Sep 2015 Reply


  11. Eric Nicolas 28 Sep 2015 Reply

    +David Mckenzie that's socialism!

  12. Brent Burzycki 29 Sep 2015 Reply

    Its like a pack of kids on a field trip….

  13. Robert McSpadden 29 Sep 2015 Reply

    Better idea…how about get all the homeless off of meth and booze…then give them a Phillips screwdriver and a ball-peen hammer to take these oxidizing planes apart…at $15 per hour.

  14. Eric Nicolas 29 Sep 2015 Reply

    Yes – all the homeless are drug and alcohol abusers – that's absolutely true.

  15. Jim Moon 2 Oct 2015 Reply

    +Mr. Toby of da WHO DEY NATION The one off of, is in Marana, it's not a boneyard, they paint and repair planes there.

  16. Feral wolf 27 Oct 2015 Reply

    Am I the only one here who is sad to see these beautiful planes just thrown away.
    I would fly one of these any day if I could..

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