A Cirrus looking resplendent under the floodlights in front of the hangar at night.
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.
This Global Express is getting ready to fly someplace warmer.
Preparing for departure.
This C-130 belongs to the 130th Airlift Wing, which is part of the West Virgina Air National Guard.
This G150, which is a descendant of the IAI Astra, is getting ready to depart at dusk.
I somehow managed to catch the beacon on N206WN as it prepares for pushback, while N513SW sits at an adjacent gate.
This Citation III has just started its engines.
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.
Cockpit of the latest iteration of the venerable Beechcraft King Air 90, on display at AOPA Aviation Summit 2011.
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... (more)
This tri-jet is starting its engines to head back out.
Getting ready to head down to Dulles empty. First photo of this aircraft in the new colors.
Fuel trucks make decent platforms.
Shortly after engine start, this Conquest is picking up its clearance prior to departing.