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Who Owns Abandoned Wreckages?

Mon Oct 04, 2004 1:58 am

Hi,
I was wondering if any of you knows who is the owner of wreckages of planes that crashed decades ago, and are now abandoned for example on mountainsides or on open fields


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My guess would be the airline, but what happens if the airline no longer exists?

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