So who parked their airplane, got drunk and then forgot where they left it?
[quote=“cfimages”]So who parked their airplane, got drunk and then forgot where they left it?
Oish! I hate when that happens! And the walk back is gonna take ages.
I forgot where I put the keys …
Probably left them in the cockpit again. Nothing a fifty-five foot stepladder and a coathanger won’t solve.
That’s nuts. You’d think that if the owners were bankrupt they would want to sell the plane, even if only for scrap, rather than just abandoning it. A plane must be worth something. Heck, you could make a theme restaurant out of it, and let customers exit on the slides at the end.
unpaid avgas fees, or no money to purchase a take-off slot? or a set of engines well past their critical service dates? unpaid parking fines?
they could just search the registration number, through Boeing if necessary.
Oh, that’s not the only one … in Taoyuan there is still a 737 or something from a Philippine airline standing just next to the freeway … it’s there for 3-4 years … Grand Air international I believe, it just shows that a name is not everything … having to leave your plane somewhere because you couldn’t pay the parking and handling fees is not so ‘grand’
You have to pay to have your car scrapped these days.
Yeah, but aluminum is pricey.