The place where airplanes go to die…

Qantas has released a very interesting video of one of their 767s taking its last flight….a flight to nowhere, really. It was headed to the Mohave dessert, where it will sit until another airline can find a use for it. It’s a graveyard of sorts – filled with planes that haven’t seen passengers in years, and, still, some are in working order, ready to be started up at the flick of a button.

If you’ve ever wondered where these planes end up after service, this is a really neat look at this little-seen process.

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