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Cirrus Vision SF50 (N722AP) - When I look back at 2020, I won't think of the reduced flights because of Covid, I will think of an amazing first year of digital aviation photography! I can't wait to see what 2021 has in store for me!br /To top off this year's spotting, an SF50 arriving from Page Field, seen at my favorite spotting location to see inbound Cirrus Visions.br /Photo taken on 12/19/2020.
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Cirrus Vision SF50 (N722AP)

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When I look back at 2020, I won't think of the reduced flights because of Covid, I will think of an amazing first year of digital aviation photography! I can't wait to see what 2021 has in store for me!
To top off this year's spotting, an SF50 arriving from Page Field, seen at my favorite spotting location to see inbound Cirrus Visions.
Photo taken on 12/19/2020.

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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
04-Jun-2024 SF50McGhee Tyson ()Cobb County International () 09:41AM EDT 10:19AM EDT 0:38
04-Jun-2024 SF50John C Tune ()McGhee Tyson () 12:07AM CDT 01:49AM EDT 0:41
03-Jun-2024 SF50Kissimmee Gateway ()John C Tune () 09:27PM EDT 10:57PM CDT 2:30
30-May-2024 SF50John C Tune ()Kissimmee Gateway () 07:48AM CDT 10:49AM EDT 2:00
30-May-2024 SF50McGhee Tyson ()John C Tune () 06:08AM EDT 05:54AM CDT 0:45
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