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IPFS News Link • Nevada

So much for no litter left-behind! Burning Man's 747 plane is STILL in Nevada desert...


A 747 airplane that was a main attraction at this year's Burning Man is still in the Nevada desert - two weeks after the festival ended. 

The partially reassembled aircraft currently lies abandoned in the Black Rock Desert after being moved about 12 miles from the Burning Man site. 

One of the main rules for Burning Man's 80,000 attendees is to 'leave no trace' at the site after the week-long event ends. 

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Nevada (BLM), who manages Black Rock Desert, said the owners of the 40-foot tall plane need to remove it.