The newest N500N. Previously this registration was seen on a Citation-X and a Falcon 50. Both aircraft can be found on JetPhotos photographed in Daytona.
With her parts strewn about on the grass, I believe this aircraft is used as an ARFF training tool. DAB's control tower is just behind the aircraft to the left.
The new Tecnam P92 donated to the ERAU Flight Team. It's a blast to fly!
One of the oldest, best flying airplanes on the ramp...and it was only made in 1996
Delta 1815 proceeds onward to its scheduled destination, Orlando-MCO. DAL1815 diverted to Daytona because of strong crosswinds down in Orlando.
6 Airlines, 1 Alliance, and 1 Aircraft/Manufacturer are represented in this picture.
Acey taxiing down November for departure.
Ex Aer Lingus (EI-BXC)/MNG Airlines (TC-MNH). RBY744 from GPT over the threshold for 25R. In an hour this aircraft would depart for Ft. Myers-RSW.
The most clear and cool day in Daytona Beach this month. Although it was late at night, some still operating flights in the sky because it's a really nice and cool night!
This surprise visitor to DAB taxis into the sunset with its CFM-56 engine glowing in the sun.
The last mainline upgrade that we'll photograph for this year's 500. In 51 weeks it'll begin all over again.
Coming back into Daytona with Captain Drew at the controls
I love when these show up down here, not only does the 757 provide a 'big airport' feel, it also chases the Riddle aircraft out of the pattern.