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Old 15th October 2021, 12:08 AM   #16
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oh yes... what happened to SQK?
last we've seen its that it was parked next to SQJ, frame intact save for the missing engines and brokened doors. they're not going to tear it apart also?
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Old 16th October 2021, 01:06 PM   #17
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A short video of 777 being scrapped

https://fb.watch/8G5QzK5liZ/
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Old 17th October 2021, 02:23 PM   #18
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Painful to watch. I wonder why they did not save a part of the fuselage for an educational exhibit at Changi Airport or Science Centre, similar to the Science Museum in London.
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Old 19th October 2021, 07:41 PM   #19
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They are working very quickly. Not long after 9V-SQJ is gone, 9V-SKH is almost completely scrapped now too.

Also, 9V-SQK was sighted being towed out from the Cargo Apron where it has been parked for a long time earlier this afternoon. Unsure as to where it was towed to.
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Painful to watch. I wonder why they did not save a part of the fuselage for an educational exhibit at Changi Airport or Science Centre, similar to the Science Museum in London.
They could at least save a cockpit or a short part of the fuselage as exhibit like what Korean Air or Northwest Airlines did with their 747. Airbus kept a small part of A300 prototype too. Korean Air even have a whole A300 preserved at their Science Museum.

What a waste. *cry*
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