Closing the Loop

Credit: Aircraft Demolition
There used to be places where old airplanes went to die. Places where they sat, wingtip-to-wingtip in long rows, abandoned except for the occasional raid for spare parts. Today, they no longer go somewhere to die, but are reborn in a growing industry of thriving recycling centers for end-of-life...

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