Discussion in 'Airports & FBO's' started by Jet News, Oct 20, 2012.
Some more shots from a friend...
Dassault Falcon 2000 N292QS (NetJets)
Dassault Falcon 2000EX N909CF
I believe this is a Cessna with reg J8-JET (St. Vincent registration if I remember right). What Cessna is this inbound to Grantley Adams International?
Some personal shots of mine from yesterday outside the Airport.
The last three are of one of two Bombardier LearJet 60 XR belonging to one of our business magnates... She just came out of her hangar and straight off to the sky.
Gulfstream G150 I think and an older Lear...
Two detailed shots by be of N745KD again, a Lear belonging to a local business magnate.
A shot from one of my friends of a NetJets Bombardier Global Express coming down into Grantley Adams International.
Personal shots of another Mr. Simpson's jets, Bombardier Challenger 600 this time, N828KD. These were taken this morning.
Mr. Hilfiger's Bombardier Challenger -N81BTH- at Grantley Adams. Photo compliments Romel Hall.
Another one... nose on.
A quick look around Barbados in this older Piper Archer II...
A few business jets around at the airport this morning. Something from Bombardier, Gulfstream, Dassault Falcon. Outside was so hazy and still is couldn't get any good shots. I'll post one or two distance shots a little later.
Video of flying in a Microlight from our airport!
I know that these aren't great photos but this was from the other morning when it was extremely hazy, couldn't do anything about the environmental conditions. Looks like a Gulfstream G550 and a Bombardier Global Express.
Here is a DA42 Twinstar outbound that I caught yesterday while doing some aviation photography.
A look at an Israel Aviation Industries business jet at the airport...taken by a friend.
Was up by the airport fence this afternoon to do some photography...here is a Citation Jet 2...will post others a little later.
A few more for now...
N550WJ is actually a Citation II built in 1982. Make sure you don't confuse the Citation Jet 2 (CJ2) with the old Citation II's (C550). Both have quite a different stance if you are curious how to tell.