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426 viewsAirline: Everts Air FuelType: DC-9-33FRegistration: N930AX N932AXAirport: FAICity: FairbanksState: AlaskaCountry: USADate Taken: May 4, 2011Two DC-9's have been painted and prepped to begin service as soon as the company completes the FAA required proving runs.
310 viewsAirline: Everts Air CargoType: Douglas DC-6Registration: N151Airport: ANCCity: AnchorageState: AlaskaCountry: USADate Taken: May 10, 2010Originally delivered to Western Air Lines in 1957, Alaska airlines in 1961, and the FAA before being converted to a DC-6BF freighter version in 1972. Everts aquired her in 1983 from Alaska airlines as a cargoliner called "Silver Streak". Seen here making a last minute correction to account for the heavy crosswind from the South.
337 viewsAirline: Aero UnionType: Lockheed P-3 OrionRegistration: N920AUAirport: RDMCity: RedmondState: OregonCountry: USADate Taken: 2009Aero Union used to fly several DC-4 and P-3 airtankers until a Hawkins and Powers C-130 and Privateer snapped their wings inflight killing their crews. Both occurred in 2003 and subsiquently forced the FAA to ban many older airtankers from service, the DC-4 being one of them.
347 viewsAirline: FAA Regional Flight ProgramType: Beech C90 King AirRegistration: N19Airport: FLLCity: Fort LauderdaleState: FloridaCountry: USADate Taken: January 14, 2010--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
376 viewsAirline: Piper AircraftType: Piper PA-47-2400J PiperJetRegistration: N360PJAirport: OSHCity: OshkoshState: WisconsinCountry: USADate Taken: 2009Developed in 2008 and powered by a Williams International FJ44-3AP flat-rated to 2,400 pounds of thrust engine. Costing $2.1 million it is scheduled for FAA certification in the second quarter of 2011.
Candler Field Express337 viewsAirline: Poly FiberType: DC-3Registration: N28AAAirport: CCOCity: NewnanState: GeorgiaCountry: USADate Taken: August 2009Departing on the 5,500 ft. runway 32 back towards Griffin a beautifully restored time piece of aviation past still graces the skies over Georgia. She gives rides, trains pilots, and does recurrent FAA training flights. Still with a passenger interior, PSU's, bathroom, galley, seats, carpet, and curtains! She flies once or twice a week for most of the year including to a few fly-ins and Oshkosh.
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