The term aircraft salvage yards may sound quit alien to your ears. However, those terms are probably the answer for some of you who might be wondering what would happen to the aircrafts no longer being used. Instead of being sold over, which would not attract any market, it is stripped off and being stored in some special place you would not find in many places.
In the matter of this, those stripped parts of aircrafts are kept on several areas, preferably those with arid conditions and low density in the matter of population. If you go to several states in the U.S., especially in New Mexico, Arizona, and California, you would find many aircraft salvage yards.
So, what would those stripped parts of the aircraft be kept in special condition with special treatment, you may ask? It is of utmost importance for those parts to be kept in those conditions. In addition, it needs to be done to avoid any rust and any kind damage to those parts. Thanks to the air condition, the parts kept in those areas will not get rusty. That way, those parts can be made into new aircraft as whole on aircraft salvage yards.