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N581AF Beech Be 55 Baron65 viewsN581AF Beech Be 55 Baron was a classy visitor to Cork Airport on 16 November, 2012.Purple Taxi
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Cessna 172 EI-EAZ105 viewscorkspotter
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Cessna 172 EI-CUJ94 viewscorkspotter
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G-OBFS Piper PA-28 Warrior89 viewsG-OBFS Piper PA-28 Warrior landing on runway 25 for a very brief stay at Cork Airport on 12th October, 2012 before leaving again about twenty minutes later.Purple Taxi
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EI-HUM Vans RV-759 viewsEI-HUM Vans RV-7 was another welcome visitor to the Atlantic Flight Training ramp at Cork Airport on 14th September, 2012.Purple Taxi
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N180WJ Cessna 18066 viewsN180WJ Cessna 180 was an exotic light aircrat visitor to the Atlantic Flight Training ramp at Cork Airport on 13th October, 2012.Purple Taxi
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N78DU Beechcraft G36 Bonanza81 viewsN78DU Beechcraft G36 Bonanza was a visitor to the Atlantic Flight Training facility at Cork Airport on 27th September, 2012. The aircraft is a 2009 built airframe so the Beech Bonanza has been in continuous production now for nearly sixty years! That is some record!Purple Taxi
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N104BP Phelan Robinson (VAN) RV-1058 viewsN104BP Phelan Robinson (VAN) RV-10 was delivered through Cork around 11th September, 2012 and has since been resident alongside the Atlantic Flight Training Academy facilty at Cork Airport.Purple Taxi
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G-AVIC Cessna 172 Skyhawk67 viewsG-AVIC Cessna 172 Skyhawk on finals to Cork's runway 17 for a touch & go. Some sunny weather too!Purple Taxi
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EI-EAZ Cessna 172 Skyhawk Atlantic Flight Training124 viewsEI-EAZ Cessna 172 Skyhawk of Atlantic Flight Training on visual finals to runway 35.Purple Taxi
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PA-32R Lance95 viewsBased in Hawaii, N8PV made a short stay at the club before departing for Cherbourg.Aidan
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N6TK Cessna 180 Skywagon57 viewsN6TK Cessna 180 Skywagon. This is a relatively famous aircraft which was last year involved in a Round the World Trip and had included a stop at Shannon. The visit to Cork was accidental - she had been bound for Kerry but diverted to Cork due to bad weather. A welcome visit!Purple Taxi
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