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| A visitor from - posted Fri April 4, 2014:|
Very sad picture :-(
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun April 3, 2011:|
Not really an airport where you want your airline to be the biggest...
| A visitor from United States posted Thu October 21, 2010:|
| A visitor from - posted Thu October 21, 2010:|
Great shot capturing all those old NWA planes.
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu October 21, 2010:|
Yeah that DC-10 looks indeed like it could take to the skies again at any time! And by the way, guys don't be too enthusiastic, the Gimli Glider (reg. C-GAUN and not C-GUAN) was stored at Mojave and not in Marana. This one here is C-GAUE, a very old yet not so famous 767 :)
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu October 21, 2010:|
The Northwest corner... even tho it might actually be the Southeast one of this jet park.
| A visitor from Faroe Islands posted Thu October 21, 2010:|
Now that´s a plane with a history.. you think the photographer is aware that he caught the Gimli Glider?
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat May 22, 2010:|
Its Gimli!!!! reg C-GUAN!
| A visitor from - posted Sat May 22, 2010:|
Only place to go now if you want to see red tails!!!
| A visitor from Brazil posted Fri April 9, 2010:|
Very sad to see all these once proud jetliners stored, facing an uncertain future. I hope these aircraft will find new owners and return to the sky, where they belong.
| A visitor from Iceland posted Fri April 9, 2010:|
The Gimli Glider ? Is that you ?!
| A visitor from - posted Wed January 13, 2010:|
The DC-10 on the taxiway looks fresh. but soon she will come to an end. :( I'll take 5 units of DC-9 and another 5 for options please. :)
| A visitor from United States posted Mon August 24, 2009:|
Pretty sad shot. Great detail though. 5*.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed February 11, 2009:|
I have worked at marana many times over the last 15 years,,made a lot of conections and freinds there ,,good place to start off for a young a+p
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed October 8, 2008:|
Would have loved to see those planes in the skying wondering the earth with its other sisters and brothers and service! Hope to see them joining their fleet.