Aviation Photo #1088596 Boeing 767-223/ER - American Airlines

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N330AA looking a little cleaner after a scrub-down. But the charred remains can still be seen under the wing. The most impressive part of the wreckage to me was the buzzsaw cut where a piece of one of the turbine disk 'departed' the engine and sliced through and impacted the other engine. Next Stop for this handicapped bird: Mojave, CA!
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    Adam Wright
    American Airlines
    Boeing 767-223/ER
    Boeing 767-200
    Boeing 767-200
    Boeing
    22330
    166
    N330AA
    Los Angeles - International
    California
    USA
    July 2006
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Photo Added: August 03, 2006

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Anonymous
10 years ago
Wonder how it will make it to Mojave. I sure wouldn't put that bird in the air! Great photo of the damaged area!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot of damage! I sure wouldn't be the one to fly it to Mojave though!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This bird won't be making the trip to Mojave!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Just to clear a common misconception. This plane will be taken apart and 'boxed' to Mojave. At least that is what I was told by airport officials. Thanks - Adam Wright
Anonymous
7 years ago
This bird was dismantled & scrapped at LAX Oct-Nov 2008 according to Airliner World Magazine March 2009 Issue Pg 36-37

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