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Beechcraft Bonanza (36) (N86JL)
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Beechcraft Bonanza (36) (N86JL)



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Greg Byington
That's a nice shot of a good looking airplane, Tammy! But it isn't a Beech Bonanza. Per the FAA it is a Lancair Evolution Turbo-prop. I believe the correct ICAO code for the aircraft type is: EVOT. Try that and see if it works.
andré belleau
You'r right Greg but it is always the same problem with FlightAware I wonder where they take their information for the airplanes. For best results for the identifications of all airplanes i use RegoSearch.
Greg Byington
Andre, I'm not sure why or how FA does some things the way they do. It seems to be a bit of a mystery. But FA users who take time to check things out (and comment) usually figure it out. And thanks for the suggestion. I'll check it out!
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