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Email Autor Korrektur ID #655511 / 2053 Aufrufe
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Email Autor Korrektur ID #653613 / 897 Aufrufe
20-July-2007
TF-ARO The end of flying for the giant of the skies (mehr von TF-ARO)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #652746 / 1207 Aufrufe
20-July-2007
N944F Northwest appear to have the most aircraft stored at this desert location near Tuscon, Arizona, USA (mehr von N944F)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #651476 / 9108 Aufrufe
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20-July-2007
 
How many aircraft can you count stored in the Arizona Desert
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20-July-2007
 
A small section of the aircraft stored at Pinal Air Park, Marana, Arizona
Email Autor Korrektur ID #630535 / 802 Aufrufe
17-July-2005
 
How many different aircraft types can you see here, stored in the Arizona desert
Email Autor Korrektur ID #594602 / 5138 Aufrufe
13-May-2006
 
The vast majority of the stored planes in this section is obviously dominated by the NWA red tails. Just try and count them and see how many you manage to spot.
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13-May-2006
 
As you head out to Tucson from Phoenix you'll get this great overview of Pinal Airpark. Note the Evergreen supertanker (N470EV) on the ramp and it's practise area on the top left. The sixth 747 from the left is the NASA Shuttle Freighter. (N905NA)
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17-July-2005
TF-ARF How many different types can you see stored here in the desert (mehr von TF-ARF)
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13-May-2006
Crossing Pinal on my cross country to Tucson. You can see the 747 firefighter on the left and the NASA 747 is here aswell. The rest is a lot of Northwest and some ANA.