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Remarks: A Cirrus looking resplendent under the floodlights in front of the hangar at night.
Remarks: This Global Express is getting ready to fly someplace warmer.
Remarks: This Coast Guard C-130 is based at CGAS Clearwater at PIE, and spent a little over a week undergoing flight tests along with a CASA HC-144A Ocean Sentry.
Remarks: This C-130 belongs to the 130th Airlift Wing, which is part of the West Virgina Air National Guard.
Remarks: Preparing for departure.
Remarks: This G150, which is a descendant of the IAI Astra, is getting ready to depart at dusk.
Remarks: I somehow managed to catch the beacon on N206WN as it prepares for pushback, while N513SW sits at an adjacent gate.
Remarks: I could have done without the Mazda 6s, but this side of the ramp is poorly lit and I wanted to get the shot with the lights still on. The blurred lights behind it are from a fuel truck.
Remarks: This Citation III has just started its engines.
Remarks: This aircraft is based at Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento in California. While most of the USCG Ice Patrol C-130s that come through OQU just quickly clear customs and turn back out, this one is full of passengers and will be staying overnight.
Remarks: Getting ready to head down to Dulles empty. First photo of this aircraft in the new colors.
Remarks: Fuel trucks make decent platforms.
Remarks: This tri-jet is starting its engines to head back out.
Remarks: Shortly after engine start, this Conquest is picking up its clearance prior to departing.
Remarks: This unusual visitor was manufactured in 1963 and is powered by a Wright R-1820-84 Cyclone 9 radial engine which is located in the nose.
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