American's First Boeing B767-200 is Scrapped




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Published on Oct 5, 2014

On September 11, 2005 American Airlines first Boeing 767-223, line number 8, tail no. N301AA, serial number 22307 delivered was dismantled and scrapped for its parts and scrapped by Scroggins Aviation a Las Vegas, Nevada based company. The Cockpit was saved and restored by Scroggins where it is on loan with the American Museum of Aviation in Las Vegas, Nevada.

N301AA was featured on the cover as well in the book that goes into aircraft storage yards / dismantling & recycling plus movie mockups. Junkyard Jets the book a comprehensive look at what happens to the world’s commercial aircraft when they reach the end of their service life. This is the first book completely dedicated to this subject. This publication uncovers every detail of a variety of commercial airliners from the classic Boeing 707 to the modern Boeing 777, as well as various narrow and wide body airframes.
Pima Air & Space Museum sells Junkyard Jets the book: visit them at - http://pimaair.org it can also be found on eBay.

Thanks to Scroggins Aviation for sharing their video of AA 1st 767 being demoed. (c) 2005 - 2014 by Scoggins Aviation

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