Discover an aircraft boneyard at Sukhumi Babushara Airport in Abkhazia. There is a storage area for aircraft that are retired from service. Most aircraft at Abkhazia boneyard are either kept for storage with some maintenance or have their parts removed for reuse or resale and are then scrapped.
Ciudad Real International Airport was opened in 2009 and became the first international private airport in Spain. Operations at the site ran for three years until April 2012, when its previous management company filed for bankruptcy.
Davis-Monthan in Tucson Photos. The base is best known as the location of the Air Force Materiel Command's 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309 AMARG), the aircraft boneyard for all excess military and U.S. government aircraft and aerospace vehicles.
Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) is a 2,200 acre aviation center located in Victorville, CA. SCLA is located near Victorville, California, 90 miles northeast of Los Angeles, in the southwestern edge of the Mojave Desert. Also known as Victorville Airport, it is home to many aviation related businesses.
Discover Zeljava Airbase in Željava, Croatia. The Zeljava airbase is an old underground airport and military airbase of the former Yugoslavia
Cold War Relics: Soviet Planes Boneyard at Pearls Airport in Grenada. Pearls Airport opened in 1943.
California’s Desert Boneyard of Abandoned Aircraft. Abandoned aircraft, their cockpits and fuselages in the soft desert sand of California.
The terminal building of the Khatanga airport was built in 1954 as a temporary facility, and can hardly any longer be used by passengers. Khatanga airport was a hub for numerous polar expeditions and flights across Arctic.
Abandoned New York’s first municipal airport. In the 1920s, Floyd Bennett envisioned an airport to serve New York City, built on a spit of land at Jamaica Bay. The airport opened in 1930, two years after his death—he died in a Quebec hospital after being thought to have contracted pneumonia in the cockpit during a flight.
Z-AVT’s tail section sits on top of the Gate 88 shopping mall in Bali. Accessible by an elevator straight to its inside, it was previously in service with Zimbabwe’s cargo carrier Avient.