However in France , Chateauroux (I hope it is spelled correctly) has some stored and B/U airliners from Air France, Air Inter and Corsair.
In Latin America I know some airports have a great number of derelict aircraft like Lima`s jorge Chavez airport (a lot of 727`s, a 707, DC-8`s, Hercules and even a couple of Tu-134`s. In my home city (MEX
, Mexico city) you may find a "scrapyard" in some remote areas near the ATC centre on the other side facing the main terminal and on the nearby tarmac. Some ex TAESA 727`s 100 are there, as well as several DC-9 15`s, Allegro`s engineless 727`s, former Aerpostal`s Hercules, some ex US Air 737`s (used for parts by Aviacsa), and near the Mexicana maintenance centre a lot of retired 727`s (about 8) are awaiting there a new customer or the scrapman (at the moment there is a 727 being B/U). In Guadalajara (GDL
) Aeromexico has some stored DC-9`s, an engineless 757 and some Metros. Monterrey (MTY
) used to have a great number of retired airframes including 737-100`s from SARO, 727`s from Aviacsa and AeroExo, AeroLitoral Metros` and even a BAC 1-11.
Mexico is still a great country to spot aircraft retired in other places. However the major airlines have just taken DC-9`s and 727`s from service while AeroCalifonia`s DC-9`s should not be long lived. Anyway a lot of retired, derelict and old airframes are to be found in other airports. In TIJ
a fomer Okada Air 747 rotted for years near the US border, while in DGO there are some YS
-11`s from bankrupt AeroSierra still sitting on the tarmac. Anyway, our biggest scrapyards are to be found in MEX