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Photo of YR-BEB British Aerospace BAe 146-200 by Joop Stroes - NYCAviation Expand image
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First picture in the database of this aircraft. Delivered on March 6th. Previously flown by Meridiana, Club Air, Centavia and Trident Jet Leasing Ltd. This picture is dedicated to the mother of all BEB's, the BEP of JS51672 and myself.


Canon 300D

Tamron AF70-300mm

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Posted by Steve Spears on April 03, 2007

Stunning photo of this BAe 146!! Thanks for sharing!

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