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In der kalifornischen Wüste verbringen ausrangierte Flugzeuge ihre letzten Tage.

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Old airplanes, including Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Wohin mit den alten Vögeln? Flugzeuge, die ihre Dienstjahre geleistet haben oder aus anderen Gründen ausrangiert worden sind, finden auf … Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

… Flugzeugfriedhöfen wie in Victorville in der kalifornischen Wüste ihre letzte Ruhe. Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Die klimatischen Bedingungen in der Mojave-Wüste sind ideal, um die Flugzeuge zu beherbergen und genügend Platz hats allemal. Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Ist auch ein Parkplatz: Nicht alle Maschinen werden hier zur Ruhe gesetzt. Einige Fluggesellschaften parken hier Flugzeuge und nehmen sie… Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

… später wieder in Betrieb. Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Angemalt: Teilweise übermalen Fluggesellschaften ihre Erkennungszeichen, da das Stillegen Rückschlüsse auf die aktuelle Marktlage zulässt. Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Old airplanes, including an Boeing 747-400, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO    REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Ausgeschlachtet: Brauchbare Bauteile werden ausgebaut und weiterverkauft, Rohstoffe werden sortiert und der Wiederverwertung zugeführt; bei Flugzeugen sind dies vor allem grosse Mengen Aluminium. Bild: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

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