Showing off JetSuite's interesting red stripe livery.
Well that's confusing. Despite the '425' registration, this is not a Cessna 425 Conquest. This Golden Eagle has been converted with PT-6 turbines.
Old and new Cessnas. Personally I like the old C150, it has more character.
One of three T-34Cs which visited PDK on a training mission on this day. This one is carrying titles for the US Marines, the other two were titled as US Navy.
First shot of this Turbo Mentor in the JetPhotos database. One of three which visited PDK on a training mission on this day.
Awesome looking Citation Jet; it was in and out of Atlanta a couple times on this particular weekend.
Looks like a faux Cirrus paint-scheme on this faux Cirrus.
Conversion of a stock P210N by O&N Aircraft featuring an Allison 250 turboprop.
Low and fast, departing Runway 34.
First shot of this very rare aircraft in the database. Only six of these Czech aerobatic touring trainers are registered in the United States.
Hagedorn's Citation, the best looking Citation Jet I've ever seen, departing PDK after a quick visit.
1957 model Cessna 172 in excellent condition. Someone had left a sticky-note on the propeller for the owner, asking "are you interested in selling this aircraft? I am interested in buying."