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N171AC

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Not the best photo (taken with a cell phone), but one of the first with the new composite rotors. Taken during the first flight tests at Williams Gateway airport.

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wylannPhoto Uploader
The software changed the airport code. It should be AZA.
cliff731
wylann- You might try the FAA code of IWA (or ICAO code of KIWA) rather than the IATA code of AZA. Likely that is what Flight Aware is looking for... :-)

From Wiki... "Most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, but Phoenix–Mesa Gateway Airport (edit - formerly Williams Gateway Airport) has different codes for each. The aviation community generally uses the FAA code of IWA, while commercial passenger flight organizations use the IATA code of AZA."
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