Plane decommissioned in US desert: Staff drive rattlesnakes away

The scene is impressive: in the Mojave Desert in the US state of California, hundreds of passenger planes have lined up since the beginning of the epidemic. The machines out there are waiting for the best of times. Airlines put expensive parking spaces on the wallet. But at least the animals living in the desert seem to be enjoying the planes, the Australian media is now saying.

Qantas airline tells a crazy story back home: The rattlesnakes discover that the Australian airline’s A380s are deserted as a new home. Qantas staff observed the animals during the inspection. “The area is known for aggressive rattlesnakes, which like to feel comfortable on warm rubber tires and in wheels and brakes,” the airline quoted engineer Tim Haywood as saying.

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