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40 miles west of San Antonio, at this sleepy airport originally developed to serve as a navigator training base during the Second World War, two gutted Boeing 757s quietly await their demise. N509UA flew exclusively for United Airlines during her quarter-century career, safely transporting millions of travelers between 1990 and her final passenger flight in 2015. I can confirm based on subsequent visits that both N509UA and her sister ship N514UA are long gone from this location and thus no longer exist | 12:45L, 29.361407, -99.163173

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Feb 10, 2016

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40 miles west of San Antonio, at this sleepy airport originally developed to serve as a navigator training base during the Second World War, two gutted Boeing 757s quietly await their demise. N509UA flew exclusively for United Airlines during her quarter-century career, safely transporting millions of travelers between 1990 and her final passenger flight in 2015. I can confirm based on subsequent visits that both N509UA and her sister ship N514UA are long gone from this location and thus no longer exist | 12:45L, 29.361407, -99.163173

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