With a century-old history, Don Mueang is not only among Asia's oldest airports but has also evolved over the past decade into the region's only known aircraft boneyard, somewhat unintentionally.
A truck takes parts removed from a dismembered Thai Airways A300 at Don Mueang airport’s boneyard. BOONSONG KOSITCHOTETHANA
But the resting place for 33 retired aircraft, ranging from the B747 "Queen of the Sky" to the small Jetstream turboprop designed by British Aerospace, has received an ultimatum to clear them out by the end of this year.
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