Aviation Photo #1661449 Boeing 747-422 - United Airlines

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    Victorville - Southern California Logistics (International) (George AFB)
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    February 18, 2010
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Comments (37)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Did anyone notice the person walking underneath the lower left BA 747? Right behind the nose gear
Anonymous
6 years ago
Quite a bit vacancy if you consider all these extra capacities are not needed!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Found him!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I whish my garden could look like that as well...
Anonymous
6 years ago
So sad to see all these jumbos sit in the Desert, but a remarkable shot. The enormity of it all...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Business ain't too good I see...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Can't really decide on whether this picture is sad or fantastic..
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome my great saudi airlines is there great pic
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice to see them in one piece before they go spare parts.
Anonymous
6 years ago
What's the rego of the Singair 744? Looks like 9V-SPK
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sad, very sad. I don't like photos like this.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I should have rated this a 1 star piece, due to the sadness it demonstrates. As a big fan of BA, may those Speedbirds soon return home. 747's forever...
Anonymous
6 years ago
So sad scene for those lovely 747's :( Espesially the BA ones :( I hope the 747 rises again, it doesn't have to die!
Anonymous
6 years ago
So many 744s, hope they fly out soon. Cant wait for the day when the 380s are parked like this.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I love United Airlines
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sad sight would like to see them in the sky one day again
Anonymous
6 years ago
So sad to see these beauties so lonely in the desert :(
Anonymous
6 years ago
Jumbo Jet alley
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sad to see so many 744s!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wonder how they move one specific aircraft out from the middle ?
Anonymous
6 years ago
To the visitor from Taiwan : It's not that hard to do. In fact, the hardest part is finding the keys to the ones that are parked in front of the one you want to valet back.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Such a sad sight to see so many aircraft with a lot of flying left in them parked in the desert. A sign of the times. Seeing so many beautiful 747-400s there is especially depressing.
Anonymous
6 years ago
That's absolutely sad to see so many beautiful 744 like that...
Anonymous
6 years ago
The singair is 9V-SPM
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very sad photo!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I think I've actually got some Photos of the Saudi air 757 back there before it left the hangar. it was about almost 2 years ago. The Place was full of L-1011's then waiting thier final destiny.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great photo, it really highlights the massive shifts in the airline business. What stories those 744's could tell.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The Cargo-B 744 is brand new
Anonymous
6 years ago
Happy to know that the first 744BCF (CX B-HOU) will escape here and back to HKG next month for C check before re-enter in service
Anonymous
6 years ago
As to the comment "no vacancy!" They come and go so there is always a vacancy. I work here.lol
Anonymous
6 years ago
So many B747.
Thats amazing
Anonymous
6 years ago
So sad to see so many queens of the sky sitting in the desert, Uniteds paint hasnt taken to well to being left out but most others in good knick, hopefully most will one day fly again and give people great pleasure of airline travel..
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sad to see all those beautiful birds facing an uncertain future, hope all of them will return to the skies.
Anonymous
6 years ago
If BA want someone to look after a 747 speedbird im happy to volunteree
Anonymous
6 years ago
N194UA happily joined the active UA fleet as of July 2010 again.. Hooah!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I guess these birds deserve better treatment even if they are not flying.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Well, I surprised by one of the aircraft above, the orange tail 737 on the right side of the picture. She was Adam Air fleet, a former low cost airline in Indonesia, which was "closed" by Indonesian government because of bad safety standard on their operational.

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