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— — - Even though they may be cleared to fly. There will be a lot of work to return all of these birds to the skies.
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Even though they may be cleared to fly. There will be a lot of work to return all of these birds to the skies.


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That's really impressive !!!
lonewolf2121Photo Uploader
Sadly this isn't even all of them there.
Paul Wisgerhof
Great time to find a really cheap business jet.
I'll take the lone 747 on the top right...Qantas or Virgin?
Diana Rose
Great Illustrational photo.
James Driskell
What's the location?
James - Airport is Grant County International Airport/Mose Lake, WA. ICAO - KMWH IATA - MWH. The 747-400 - VH-OJU ex QANTAS. Now belongs to Rolls-Royce to be used as a flying testbed. Reregistered as N747RR.
Ray Robinson
Reply to bigkahuna400.
As a former Qantas Flight Attendant who loved , and knew every inch of the beautiful 747, it's an exe QF. If you look closely you can see the white tip of the roos tail on the rudder.
Pamela Kinnane
Great photo. Precision parking is impressive also.
serge LOTH
Among this beatiful picture I m sad for all these people, technicians, engineers, pilots, flights attendants, ground staff , who lose their jobs...
They should be flying :(
ken kemper
Truly an amazing Photo Lonewolf 2121

Wow !!!!
Fantastic shot.
You win for the most planes in one picture!
Doug Zalud
So much color. Nice.
Patrick Keohane
114 A/C by my count, probably in excess of $7B - $10B in purchase value among these.

Looks like any single A/C can be removed by having to move no more than 3 other A/C.
Gaetan Goudreau
I will not forever fly in a 737Max " I lost confidence in Boeing
Congratulations to everyone on this thread for not making one snarky politically-motivated comment! Also, very cool photo.
John Ryan
I'm blocked in by a 737 again!
Very cool photo, congrats !! Great job of parking them; looks like access would be relatively easy for any one of them.
That is a lot of planes to deliver worldwide. Also very colorful. Airplanes do make a great canvas for artwork, be it a typical livery for the airlines, or something one off.
Irwin Zane
That was a lot of "O" rings and seals to keep lubricated. A monumental task!
Watch this video to see even more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=At0OAkr_2O0
It is a helicopter tour with great narration.

Grant County Airport is the former Larson AFB. Larson was a SAC base closed in the 60's. It has great runways that have hosted Japan Airlines training crews for decades.

Watch all of the Flying M Air videos for a delightful way to spend a rainy afternoon.
trembo A
Frank DHooge
Nice photo, sad birds, hope they will fly soon
Stephen Jensen
trembo A
nice view of S7 trying her best to stick out
David Plummer
Impressive picture but also a demonstration of corporate incompetence. Boeing used to be an engineering company that happened to sell aircraft. Now, it just sells aircraft whether they are really airworthy or not. The dollar is more important than the lives of all the people who fly their aircraft, either as passengers or crew. And it isn't just with the 737 Max. There are many documented problems with the SC line of 787 production, with some airlines declining aircraft from that line. But, Boeing is moving all 787 production to SC. Why? To squeeze another couple of pennies per share while forgoing quality control standards. The unfortunate part of the Max is that eventually passengers really won't have an option to fly on them. For now, there are plenty of options but airlines will be retiring older versions of the 737 as they take possession of the Max variants.
Adam zeliger
Robert Fuss
@DavidPlummer. Very true
Sanmit Basu
hubert peffer
B747.... for me it's still the Queen of the air....
henry velandia
impresionantemente hermoso!!!
Robert Cowling
Yeah, check this out. Artistic, almost. I wondered where they found to park all of them. Scattered around the world in so many places...

Everett Jaeger
I think I've seen that 747 before....


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