November 1, 2012
By AOPA ePublishing staff
Talk about ramp appeal. Have you ever seen so many jets and red carpets on a ramp? Photo by Bob Showalter.
Yes, it’s that big—the Gulfstream G650.
A P-51 Mustang graces the NBAA2012 static display at Orlando Executive Airport. Photo by Al Marsh.
“Come inside, sit at the controls,” this Hawker 400XPR beckons. Photo by Al Marsh.
The Cessna Sovereign looks good from any angle.
EAA brings some eye candy to the show. Photo by Al Marsh.
Hawker Beechcraft was one of the many manufacturers with aircraft on display at the NBAA2012 convention. Photo by Al Marsh.
This Falcon was for sale at NBAA2012. Photo by Al Marsh.
Chelsea Yates-Patterson checks out the new, improved Cessna Sovereign.
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