Together with EAL B732 and two Aerocalifornia DC-9s
What a sight to see, a 747 split in two. Pity it was not even 18 years old when it was broken up.. It probably had a lot of life still in it.
An overview of part of the ramp at Mojave. Lots of rather interesting stuff there!
One of quite a few DC8s stored here, sadly probably never to fly again although recently one of them was reactivated!
One of the last few remaining Lockheed L1011 Tristars still operational in the world. Orbital Sciences use this to carry and launch rockets on the underside.
Various 747s sitting in the hot desert, probably never to fly again. Many of the 747s here are ex-Southern Air, who have retired almost all of their 747 fleet due to economic troubles. There are a... (more)