Jet Cemetery: Where Airplanes Go to Die
With its internal wiring hanging from the open cargo doors like the entrails of a gutted whale, passenger jet VT-EYF—the one-time pride of the Air India fleet—was yesterday just the latest multimillion-pound flying machine to come to Kemble Airfield to die.
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