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Boneyards where cruise ships, planes, autos and trains go to die

Love Exploring Logo By Daniel Coughlin of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 54: As coronavirus batters the global airline industry, carriers around the world have been retiring planes in their droves. The once-mighty jumbo jet has taken the biggest hit. United, Delta, British Airways, Air France, KLM and Qantas have all retired their Boeing 747 fleets with many ending up at the Mojave Air and Space Port boneyard in California.

Mojave Air and Space Port, California, USA

As coronavirus batters the global airline industry, carriers around the world have been retiring planes in their droves. The once-mighty jumbo jet has taken the biggest hit. United, Delta, British Airways, Air France, KLM and Qantas have all retired their Boeing 747 fleets with many ending up at the Mojave Air and Space Port boneyard in California.
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