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Photo ID: 2075509
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Aero Clube de Portugal
Cessna 182P Skylane
Cascais (- Tires) (LPCS)
Portugal, February 26, 2012
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CS-AJJ (cn 182-61398) What a perfect surprise on a nice Sunday afternoon! I never even saw this one before and was really happy to see it fly since it doesn't usually get out of the hangar, for what I read. About to land on runway 35 for a full stop! [Canon 7D + Sigma 120-400]
Paulo Santos
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Photo ID: 1942805
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Untitled (Skydive Toronto Inc)
Cessna 182K Skylane
Cookstown (CCT2)
Canada - Ontario, May 20, 2011
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C-GJZP (cn 18258486) This gorgeous Skylane was surrounded by so many happy skydivers who spent the day jumping from her. It was built in 1967 & looked great in new paint while the next jumpers got ready. This drop zone is so cool!
Chris Coates
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Photo ID: 1905365
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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Cessna R182 Skylane RG
Prescott - Ernest A. Love Field (PRC / KPRC)
USA - Arizona, November 14, 2008
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N2253T / 53 (cn R18200008) At the time, this was Embry-Riddle Prescott's sole R182 seen here approaching runway 30 on a sunny afternoon. A few months later, it was written off in a landing incident.
Je89 W.
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Photo ID: 0751949
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Untitled
Cessna 182G
Portimao (PRM / LPPM)
Portugal, December 31, 2004
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G-NYZS (cn 182-55135) This C182 was recently used in the National Geographic's explorer Mike Fay 7 monthes project over Africa, travelling to key ecoregions and discovering where wild Africa survives, it was the Africa Megaflyover project. And by the way, it's a new registration for Airliners.net.
Luis Rosa
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