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ID 49883 Views: 216
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Business (Corporate Aircraft)
Gulfstream Aerospace IAI-1126 G-200 Galaxy
Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (Malton) (YYZ/CYYZ)
Canada - Ontario, April 18, 2015
Mark Thomas
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C-FLMS (cn 054)

ID 48918 Views: 246
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Business (Corporate Aircraft)
Gulfstream Aerospace IAI-1126 G-200 Galaxy
Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (Malton) (YYZ/CYYZ)
Canada - Ontario, January 31, 2015
Mark Thomas
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C-FLMS (cn 054) Owner doesn't want this plane tracked so I don't know where she's heading!

ID 17389 Views: 317
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America West
Airbus A320-231
Columbus - Port Columbus International (CMH/KCMH)
USA - Ohio, September -, 2001
richillini
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N622AW (cn 054 ) Taxiing to their Gate on Charlie

ID 4445 Views: 357
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Untitled (Chessie System)
British Aircraft Corporation BAC-111-410AQ
Cleveland - Hopkins International (CLE/KCLE)
USA - Ohio, - -, -
trs299
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N77CS (cn 054) The railroad's corporate bizjet was often parked at Beckett Aviation. Ideally suited for use by a company such as the C&O (which, of course, had become part of Chessie System by this time along with the Baltimore & Ohio and, later, the Western Maryland). BAC-111 Series 41 OAQ N77CS Bearing BAC serial number 054, this noteworthy aircraft was built as the second of two One-Eleven Series 400 prototypes. Registered to its British builder as G-ASYE on November 9, 1964, the jet made its first flight on September 16, 1965. Fitted with an executive interior in November 1965, G-ASYE then made a seven-week demonstration and sales tour of the U. S. and Central America. This was followed by two weeks of crew training for American Airlines, the launch customer for the Series 400 U. S. variant, which was accepting delivery of the first of its 30 OneEleven "400 Astrojets" at the time. On the heels of two more sales tours undertaken between January and May 1966, covering Australasia, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, South America, and parts of Europe and the Caribbean, G-ASYE had accumulated a total of almost 400 hours flying time and traveled approximately 160,000 miles.rnrnIts demonstration days at an end, and with further BAC.111 series development being conducted on sibling Series 400 aircraft G-ASYD, the 'YE was sold to Page Airways, the aircraft sales agent responsible for One-Eleven marketing in the United States. Configured as a one-of-a-kind Series 41OAQ, the aircraft was acquired on September 8, 1966, by Victor Comptometers (a Chicago-based business calculator maker) as N3939V to replace a similarly registered ex-Northeast Airlines Viscount. The C&O acquired the One-Eleven on October 16, 1972.

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Untitled (Chessie System)
British Aircraft Corporation BAC-111-410AQ
Cleveland - Hopkins International (CLE/KCLE)
USA - Ohio, - -, -
trs299
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N77CS (cn 054) The railroad's corporate bizjet was often parked at Beckett Aviation. Ideally suited for use by a company such as the C&O (which, of course, had become part of Chessie System by this time along with the Baltimore & Ohio and, later, the Western Maryland). BAC-111 Series 41 OAQ N77CS Bearing BAC serial number 054, this noteworthy aircraft was built as the second of two One-Eleven Series 400 prototypes. Registered to its British builder as G-ASYE on November 9, 1964, the jet made its first flight on September 16, 1965. Fitted with an executive interior in November 1965, G-ASYE then made a seven-week demonstration and sales tour of the U. S. and Central America. This was followed by two weeks of crew training for American Airlines, the launch customer for the Series 400 U. S. variant, which was accepting delivery of the first of its 30 OneEleven "400 Astrojets" at the time. On the heels of two more sales tours undertaken between January and May 1966, covering Australasia, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, South America, and parts of Europe and the Caribbean, G-ASYE had accumulated a total of almost 400 hours flying time and traveled approximately 160,000 miles.rnrnIts demonstration days at an end, and with further BAC.111 series development being conducted on sibling Series 400 aircraft G-ASYD, the 'YE was sold to Page Airways, the aircraft sales agent responsible for One-Eleven marketing in the United States. Configured as a one-of-a-kind Series 41OAQ, the aircraft was acquired on September 8, 1966, by Victor Comptometers (a Chicago-based business calculator maker) as N3939V to replace a similarly registered ex-Northeast Airlines Viscount. The C&O acquired the One-Eleven on October 16, 1972.

ID 3337 Views: 333
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Untitled (Executive Air Leasing)
British Aircraft Corporation BAC 111-410AQ
Cleveland - Hopkins International (CLE/KCLE)
USA - Ohio, - -, 1999
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N17MK (cn 054) Parked on the Air Services ramp back in 1999, this BAC has since been parted out in Tulsa Oklahoma. These planes were always fun to see, and even more fun to hear. 1999

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