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Cessna Skyhawk (N1417U) - Dusk return to New Orleans Lakefront with storms in the distance.
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Cessna Skyhawk (N1417U)

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Dusk return to New Orleans Lakefront with storms in the distance.

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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
16-Jun-2021 C172Picayune Muni ()Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl () 07:35PM CDT 08:08PM CDT 0:33
16-Jun-2021 C172Pensacola Intl ()Picayune Muni () 01:34PM CDT 02:49PM CDT (?) 1:14
16-Jun-2021 C172Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl ()Pensacola Intl () 10:52AM CDT 12:42PM CDT 1:50
12-Jun-2021 C172De Quincy Industrial Airpark ()Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl () 04:17PM CDT 05:45PM CDT (?) 1:28
12-Jun-2021 C172Grand Prairie Muni ()De Quincy Industrial Airpark () 01:38PM CDT 03:37PM CDT 1:58
11-Jun-2021 C172Cherokee County ()Grand Prairie Muni () 08:09PM CDT 09:21PM CDT 1:11
11-Jun-2021 C172Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl ()Cherokee County () 04:59PM CDT 07:53PM CDT 2:53
11-Jun-2021 C172Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl ()Grand Prairie Muni () 04:59PM CDT Diverted
07-Jun-2021 C172Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl ()Port of South Louisiana Exec Rgnl () 07:39PM CDT 08:38PM CDT 0:58
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