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N625WM —



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Greg Byington
That's a very nice pic, Lisa! Especially for your first one on FlightAware.

A couple of tips: First, the N number for this aircraft is actually N629WM. And second, you should use C421 as the aircraft type code. Then it will show up as a Cessna Golden Eagle.

You can look up FAA registration numbers here:


And you can look up ICAO Aircraft Type Designator codes here:


or here:


Again, well done and keep up the great work!
Dave Sheehy
Agreed very good shot, 5*
Steven H Wilcox
Like an airborne Ferrari!! Nice photo!!
The tail number entry is incorrect. It is N629WM.
Thank You Lisa.
421C - Last of the Golden Eagles. My biased view - this is the absolute pinnacle of twin-engine piston GEN/AV aircraft!

Beautiful shot!
A true pilots airplane to get any useful life out of the GiT-sues, but a B model with some fuel in the tips, (mains), was a much better ride on a bumpy day. Beautiful airplane and pic., Thank You.
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