I knew all about Mojave, Goodyear etc. before I posted the link. I was just wondering which one it was
Still just thought it was kind of neat to be sitting watching TV and this came on.
Actually, I instantly thought of Joeyb747 because of the KLM and various other 74's there
Pretty sure that was KMHV. If it were something like a 757 or 767, I would say possibly KIGM (DHL has a fair number of theirs parked there, along with a couple ex-TWA L1011s). But 74s? definitely KMHV.
I would agree it is probably KMHV.
And thanks for thinking of me ETC76!
I love all the old birds...it's kind of sad that these graveyards are one of the last places to see the classics...all be it on their death beds, most of these birds will meet the fate of the cutters torch, never to fly again. A few will get out alive and get another chance at life, but most will not...
Most people are not aware of KVCV. They actually have quite an operation going down there. KVCV has quite a nice assortment of aircraft, including several Boeing 747 variants!
See the pics below:
#1 is a wide shot of the yard Everything from DC-8s, DC-9s, Airbus, 727s, 737s, 747s, 757s, and 767s are visible in this pic.
#2 shows more birds, including DC-10s, Airbus a310s, 737s, 747s, 757s, and MD-80s.
#3 shows an assortment of 747s, as well as 727s, 737s, 757s, Airbus A310, DC-10s and MD-80s.
#4 is a favorite of mine, showing among others, EX-Delta L-1011s, DC-8s, DC-10s, 727s, and I count 13 747s.