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Boeing 777-200 (N703BA) - I was shocked to see a 777, in 2012, scrapped so soon. Here it still displays some of it's last airline paint, Varig, before it went to BAHC and then stored and scrapped. The fuselage is now displayed on the remote south end of the airfield next to runway 4.
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Boeing 777-200 (N703BA)

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I was shocked to see a 777, in 2012, scrapped so soon. Here it still displays some of it's last airline paint, Varig, before it went to BAHC and then stored and scrapped. The fuselage is now displayed on the remote south end of the airfield next to runway 4.

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