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| A visitor from - posted Sun May 15, 2011:|
Why these a320 and 757 aircraft were here?
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu February 11, 2010:|
Does anyone know if Delta reclaimed the parked NWA planes?
| A visitor from United States posted Sun January 3, 2010:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed December 30, 2009:|
I concur, it definitely looks like an SP. Nice catch.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun September 27, 2009:|
I actually gotta doubt that this is the end of the line (> /life) for most of these birds. Some of them are sure gonna be scrapped, unfortunately, since I like classic birds a lot. But e.g. the RR testbed 747, the newly converted Evergreen supertanker firefighting plane and the NWA Airbuses and perhaps some of the 757's, I suspect they will find a use or at least a new owner, say a leasing company.
And the "wounded bird" in the left top looks like a true oldie 747SP to me.
| A visitor from Singapore posted Mon July 27, 2009:|
Did anyone see that injured bird right at the back, its tail is missing! so sad. sad to see all these birds in the "waiting room"
| A visitor from - posted Sun May 24, 2009:|
This is why Delta fails. They have all those md-80, why don't they retire those and use the slightly used A320s??? and umm give me a cheaper ticket...
| A visitor from - posted Wed May 20, 2009:|
Why is there northwest a320? can i have one?haha
| A visitor from United States posted Sat March 7, 2009:|
I did a touch and go through Pinal last week. The Dreamlifter was still there, and the Evergreen Super tanker does some spectacular practice drops just east of the field. Nice capture!
| A visitor from - posted Sun December 21, 2008:|
Has production slowed that much that they're mothballing the Dreamlifter already? Why's it there?
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat December 20, 2008:|
Some rare birds there, congrats on a nice pic.