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Gates/Learjet 55C Longhorn

-4 windows on pilot side; five on co-pilot side

-Very similiar to the 28/29 Longhorn except that the cockpit windows have an extra side brace here

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Gates as a potential manufacturer, changed (none) to Longhorn

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Rockwell 65 Sabreliner

-Same frame as a 60 Sabreliner except it the 65 has turbofans. Guitar pick shaped windows with 5 down each side.

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Cessna (none) Citation M2

-Edit 10/4 Glenn: Cessna's replacement for the CJ1, no reported model number on their website. Look for the winglets

 

 

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Embraer (none) Legacy 600/650

-Externally there is now way to tell these two aircraft apart.

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Cessna 500/501 Citation I

- 4 windows

- Pilot side "spit window"

- Straight wing

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Hamburger Flugzeugbau HFB-320 Hansa Jet

-47 aircraft built as per Wikipedia

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Cessna 560 Citation V/Ultra

-7 windows

-Black Deicing boots

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Beechcraft 390 Premier I

-Large belly bulge where the wing meets the fuselage.

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Cessna 560 Citation Encore/V

-Has Anti-icing "hot wings" all the way down the leading edge, 7 windows on either side

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Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100

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Gates/Learjet 23 Learjet

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Gates as a possible manufacturer, Changed (none) to Learjet

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Cessna 560 Citation Ultra/V

-Black de-icing boots, seven windows on either side of the aircraft

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Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I

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Gates Learjet 28/29 Longhorn

-4 windows down the pilot side of the aircraft 5 down the co-pilot side; always has winglets.

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Cessna 560XL Citation Excel

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Mitsubishi MU-300 Diamond

-Is a carbon copy of the Beechcraft 400 Beechjet with the only difference being, the MU-300 has no light in the vertical stabilizer.

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Cessna 560XL Citation Excel

-6 fuselage windows

-New nose and cockpit windows

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Bombardier Learjet 45 (none)

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Changed manufacturer to Bombardier

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Bombardier Learjet 45 (none)

-8 side windows, one of the exceptions to the rule when it comes to Learjet aircraft being named Longhorn when they have winglets.

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Dassault 2000 Falcon

-9 cabin windows, twin-engined , some variants have winglets

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Gates 25B Learjet

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Cessna 560XL Citation Excel

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Dassault 8X Falcon

-6 windows behind the right side overwing exit, the 7X only has 5 behind that exit. There is one exception I have seen so far and that is the tail number CS-TLY which has six behind the overwing exit but is still as 7X.

-Still under development.

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Gates/Learjet 24 Learjet

-Can have anywhere between 1-3 windows

-D/E have 3 windows and eariler models have fewer 

-Edit 10/1 Glenn, Added Learjet as a potential manufacturer

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Rockwell 75 Sabreliner

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Cessna 510 Citation Mustang

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Embraer (none) Lineage 1000

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Cessna 650 Citation III/VI/VII

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Bombardier Learjet 60 (none)

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Beechcraft 400 Beechjet

-Light in the Vertical Stabilizer

-Jaime has type rating in this

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Bombardier Learjet 60 (none)

- 4 windows in the cockpit with 6 fuselage windows down the left and 5 down the right. Winglets as well.

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Gulfstream G-1159C Gulfstream IV

 

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Dassault 2000 Falcon

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Dassault 900 Falcon

-No winglets; lots of windows; three engines

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Bombardier BD-700 Global Express

-Lots of windows, looks like a Gulfstream but does not have the round windows

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Cessna 560XL Citation Excel

-New nose and cockpit windows. Close the Citation III, that aircraft has a t-tail.

-edit 04.05.2017 Justin T: Name changed from 'Citation XL' to 'Citation Excel'

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Hawker 800 (none)

-A development of the BAe Hs.125 (none), the Hawker 800 (none) is its own aircraft. The primary difference being the anti-ice devices incorporated into the panels around the windscreen.

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Bombardier Learjet 60 (none)

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Changed manufacturer to Bombardier

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Beechcraft 400 Beechjet

-Q side could also be a Mitsubishi MU-300 Diamond; the only difference between the two is the light in the vertical stabilizer, which the Beechjet has.

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Cessna 550 Citation II

-6 fuselage windows

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Hawker 800 (none)

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Aerospatiale SN.601 Corvette

-5 widely spaced fuselage windows

-Usually has tip tanks

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Cessna 560 Citation Encore/V

- Same as the V and Ultra but has bleed air wing deicing instead of boots

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Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100

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Gates/Learjet 28/29 Longhorn

-Has no extra side windows in the cockpit; has winglets

-Lacks the number of necessary windows to be a Learjet 31

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Gates as a potential manufacturer

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Rockwell 60 Sabreliner

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Gates Learjet 35A (none)

-Tip tanks; 5 windows down the pilot side fo the fuselage.

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Cessna 525 Citation Jet 2

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Bombardier BD-100 Continental (Challenger 300)

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Lockheed L-1329-25 JetStar II

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Piaggio P.180 Avanti

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Gates/Learjet 55C Longhorn

-Use Learjet as the manufacturer for write ins

-All Gates aircraft with winglets are known as Longhorn

-Edit 10/1, glenn: Added Longhorn

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BAe HS-125 (none)

-Note the pre Hawker acquisition nose and windows.

-edit 22.04.2016 Justin T: Replaced 'A' side picture with a civilian variant, showed BAe T.1 Dominie.

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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign

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Gulfstream G500/550 GV

-GV with 7 windows

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Dassault 900EX Falcon

-Just 900 for the number designation would be perfectly acceptable.

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Gulfstream G-1159A Gulfstream III

-(none) is a common choice for a multiple choice model number

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IAI/Rockwell 1121 Jet Commander

-No tip tanks and the wing is not swept back

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Cessna 525C Citation Jet 4

-Name could also appear as Citation Jet CJ4.

-The 'C' in 525C is mandatory. The cabin door will never have a window on it as in the rest of the 525 series. Wing also has a modest sweep back to it.

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Rockwell 75 Sabreliner

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Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300

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Beechcraft 390 Premier I

-Manufacturer name has been seen on tests as Raytheon for some reason

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Dassault 20/200 Falcon

-5 fuselage windows

-Dassault style cockpit windows

-Also used as a freighter by multiple companies

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Rockwell 1121 Jet Commander

-No tip tanks or winglets. The design was later purchased from Rockwell by IAI, in this case though Rockwell would always be correct.

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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign

-Trailing edge of the wing is squared to the fuselage, also has a cruciform tail.

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Dassault 20/200 Falcon

-5 fuselage windows; also used in the freight dog role quite often.

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Gulfstream GVI Gulfstream VI

-For guflstream aircraft count the windows then subtract two to determine the model

-N1KE is of course owned by Nike

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Cessna 510 Citation Mustang

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Beechcraft 390 Premier I

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Bombardier Learjet 31A (none)

-Cockpit has two window pieces, notice the winglets and the clamshell thrust reversers.

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IAI 1125 Astra

-Could also be seen as the Gulfstream G100 (none). Aircraft may or may not have winglets.

 

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Bombardier BD-700 Global Express

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Embraer (none) Lineage 1000

-Range increased t0 4600 NM by replacing storage area with fuel tanks.

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Bombardier Learjet 31A (none)

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Dassault 7X Falcon

-5 windows behind the right side overwing exit, the 8X only has 6 behind that exit. There is one exception I have seen so far and that is the tail number CS-TLY which has six behind the overwing exit but is still as 7X.

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Hamburger Flugzeugbau HFB-320 Hansa Jet

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Syberjet/Emivest SJ30 (none) 

-Light business jet that can maintain a sea level cabin at 41,000 ft.

-8 in total built as per Wikipedia

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IAI 1126 Galaxy

-Could also be seen as the Gulfsteam G200 Galaxy

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Cessna 525C Citation Jet 4

-Name could also appear as CitationJet CJ4.

-The 'C' in 525C is mandatory. The cabin door will never have a window on it as in the rest of the 525 series. Wing also has a modest sweep back to it.

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Dassault 50 Falcon

-7 fuselage windows

-Anhedral tail

-Dassault cockpit windows

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Bombardier Learjet 45 (none)

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Rockwell 65 Sabreliner

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Cessna 500/501 Citation I

- 4 windows

- Pilot side "spit window"

- Straight wing

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Gates Learjet 28/29 Longhorn

-Winglets, 4 windows on the left and 5 on the right, very similar to Lear 55.

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Bombardier Learjet 31 (none)

-A model has Thrust Reversers

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Dassault 50 Falcon

-7 fuselage windows, was later widened and stretched in the Dassault 900 Falcon.

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Gates Learjet 55/A/B Longhorn

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Embraer EMB-545 Legacy 450

-This aircraft has 5 windows on each side instead of the 7 that are seen on the EMB-550 Legacy 500.

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Cessna 650 Citation III/VI/VII

-Can have 5-6 cabin windows

-Excel fuselage with t-tail and swept wings, no major exterior differences to distinguish models.

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Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300 

-edit 5.8.15 Glenn D: Added manufacturer's number.

 

 

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Rockwell 40A Sabreliner

-The Rockwell 40 Sabreliner only has 2 windows on each side.

-North American could also show up as a manufacturer.

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Embraer (none) Lineage 1000

-Based on the E-190, the range of this business jet was more that doubled by replacing storage in the bottom of the fuselage with fuel tanks.

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Aerospatiale SN.601 Corvette

-5 widely spaced fuselage windows

-Usually has tip tanks

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Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300

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Mitsubishi Mu-300 Diamond

-No light in the vertical stabilizer, but is otherwise a carbon copy of the Beechcraft 400 Beechjet

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Dassault 900 Falcon

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Bombardier Learjet 60 (none)

- 4 windows in the cockpit with 6 fuselage windows down the right and 5 down the left. Winglets as well.

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IAI 1124A Westwind II

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Lockheed L-1329 JetStar I

-Fuel tanks are mounted in the wings (cut in half by) and the engines are much older than what is seen on the L-1329-25 Jetstar II.

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Gates Learjet 25D Learjet

-Comparing the 25 and the 35 is very difficult. Engine size ont he 35 is usually quite a bit bigger than the 25

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Gates Learjet 24 Learjet

-'A' side aircraft was owned by the deceased Clay Lacy, a generous donor to the University of North Dakota who passed away in April of 2017.

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Cessna 525 Citation Jet CJ2

-6 cabin windows

-550 with a t-tail and belly bulge

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On Mark (none) Marketeer

-Another conversion of the Douglas A-26 invader

-Does not have the DC-6 cockpit windows

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Beechcraft 400 Beechjet

-Q side could also be a Mitsubishi MU-300 Diamond; the only difference between the two is the light in the vertical stabilizer, which the Beechjet has.

-Manufacturer could be seen as Hawker/Nextant

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Dassault 50 Falcon

-7 fuselage windows, was later widened and stretched in the Dassault 900 Falcon.

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Dassault 7X Falcon

-Has 5 windows behind the right side over wing exit.

-Large Dassault business jet that does not have the standard Dassault windshield layout, also winglets.

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Gates Learjet 35A (none)

-Tip tanks along with 5 windows down the left and 6 windows down the right side of the aircraft.

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IAI 1124A Westwind II

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Hawker 800 (none)

-A development of the BAe Hs.125 (none), the Hawker 800 (none) is its own aircraft. The primary difference being the anti-ice devices incorporated into the panels around the windscreen.

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Dassault 2000 Falcon

-The only larger Dassault Falcon that has only two engines.

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Hawker 800 (none)

-A development of the BAe Hs.125 (none), the Hawker 800 (none) is its own aircraft. The primary difference being the anti-ice devices incorporated into the panels around the windscreen.

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Gates/Learjet 23 Learjet

-Has 1 window on the pilot side of the fuselage.

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Embraer (none) Legacy 600/650

-Externally there is now way to tell these two aircraft apart.

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IAI 1124 Westwind I

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Gulfstream/IAI 200/1126 (none)/Galaxy

-If it came down to a write in I would answer as the IAI 1126 Galaxy

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McDonnell 119/220 (none)

-One built but there really wasn't much interest.

-Awesome desgin idea though, much like

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Gates Learjet 24 Learjet

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Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I

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Dassault 900 Falcon

-Stretched widebody Dassault 50 Falcon, can have winglets.

 

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Gulfstream G600/650 GVI

-Eight windows

-Gulfstream rule for Therriault of subtract 2 off of the number of windows and that is a model number 

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Aero Commander 1121 Jet Commander

-IAI modified it to make the 1123 westwind

-No tip tanks; does not have the swept wing

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Gulfstream G-1159A Gulfstream III

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Cessna 510 Citation Mustang

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Bombardier BD-700 Global Express

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Gates/Learjet 55C Longhorn

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Gates as a possible manufacturer, changed (none) to Longhorn

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Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I

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Dassault 7X Falcon

-Winglets

-Tri-jet

-Does not have the usual Dassault cockpit windows

-Slimmer than the 900

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Eclipse EA500 Eclipse 500

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Embraer EMB-550 Legacy 500

-This aircraft has seven windows instead of the five seen on its smaller cousin the EMB-545 Legacy 450.

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Embraer EMB-545 Legacy 450

-This aircraft has 5 windows on each side instead of the 7 that are seen on the EMB-550 Legacy 500.

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Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100

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Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II

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Cessna 525 Citation Jet I (CJI)

-4 cabin windows

-Basically a 500 with a T-tail and belly bulge

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Gates/Learjet 25 Learjet

-Use Gates for write in

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Cessna 560 Citation Encore/V 

-Silver anti-icing "hot wings" all along the leading edge of the aircraft, 7 windows on either side of the aircraft

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Gates Learjet 25D Learjet

-The 25 and 35 series are the only aircraft other than the 23 and 24 which are tiny that have tip tanks.

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Honda HA-420 Honda Jet

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Gates/Learjet 23 Learjet

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Learjet as a possible manufacturer

-Use Gates for write-ins

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Cessna 550 Citation II

-6 fuselage windows

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Gates/Learjet 25 Learjet

-Edit 10/1 Glenn: Added Learjet as a possible manufacturer

Use Gates for write-ins

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Gates Learjet 35A (none)

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Gates 25B Learjet

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Cessna 560 Citation Ultra/V

-Black de-icing boots, seven windows either side of the aircraft

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Cessna 525 Citation Jet III/CJ3

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Pilatus PC-24 (none)

-Steve Kinney figuratively 'J's his 'P's if you even say Pilatus near him.

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Dassault 20/200 Falcon

-5 fuselage windows; also used in the freight dog role quite often.

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Cessna 750 Citation X

-Massive engines that are borderline too big for the aircraft

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Dassault 10/100 Falcon

-3 or 4 fuselage windows

-Doesn't have Dassault cockpit window arrangement

-No real exterior difference between models

-Unusual for Dassault biz jet, has a dihedral tail

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Eclipse EA500 Eclipse 500

-Main landing gear are a bit unique for a business jet.

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Bombardier Learjet 40 (none)

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On Mark (none) Marksman

-Douglas A-26 Invader converted to be an executive aircraft.

-Original cockpit windows replaced with DC-6 windows to compensate for pressurization inside the aircraft.

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Cessna 750 Citation X

-6 cabin windows

-Huge engines

-The Jenna Fischer of biz jets, curves in all the right places and two very prominent features.

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Cessna 680A Citation Latitude

-First deliveries of the aircraft are expected to start occurring in 2016. NetJets has ordered around 150 aircraft.

-Based off of the Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign; note the bent up wing tips.

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Syberjet/Emivest SJ30 (none) 

-Light business jet that can maintain a sea level cabin at 41,000 ft.

-8 in total built as per Wikipedia

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Bombardier Learjet 45XR (none)

-Realistically the 'XR' should be considered optional in a write in situation.

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Gulfstream G-1159A Gulfstream III

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Hamburger Flugzeugbau HFB-320 Hansa Jet

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Cessna 650 Citation III/VI/VII

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Rockwell 65 Sabreliner

-60 with Turbofans

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Eclipse EA500 Eclipse 500

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Gates Learjet 35/A (none)

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Bombardier Learjet 45 (none)

-Eight windows, two windows in the cockpit

Edit 10/1 Glenn: Changed manufacturer to Bomdardier

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Embraer EMB-550 Legacy 500

-This aircraft has seven windows instead of the five seen on its smaller cousin the EMB-545 Legacy 450.

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Hawker 4000 (none)/Horizon

-Horizon was what the aircraft was previously known as, give preference to the name Horizon rather than (none) in write in situations.

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Dassault 10/100 Falcon

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Cessna 680A Citation Latitude

-First deliveries of the aircraft are expected to start occurring in 2016. NetJets has ordered around 150 aircraft.

-Based off of the Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign; note the bent up wing tips.

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Cessna 525 Citation Jet I (CJI)

-4 cabin windows

-Basically a 500 with a T-tail and belly bulge

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Bombardier CL-604 Challenger

-edit 3/8 Glenn D: 604 has square rear fuselage tip, 605 is rounded off.

 

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Cessna 550 Citation II

-6 Cabin windows on either side of the fuselage.

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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign

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Hawker 4000 (none)/Horizon

-Horizon was what the aircraft was previously known as, give preference to the name Horizon rather than (none) in write in situations.

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Bombardier BD-700 Global Express

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Honda HA-420 Honda Jet

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IAI 1125 Astra

-Could also be seen as the Gulfstream G100 (none). Aircraft may or may not have winglets.

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Cessna 560 Citation Encore/V

-"Hot" silver wings down the entire leading edge, seven windows on each side of the canopy. The 560 Citation Ultra/V has black deicing boots.

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Cessna 750 Citation X

-Massive engines.

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BAe Hs.125-800 (none)

-Originally t be produced by DeHavilland as the DH.125 Jet Dragon, the building was completed by Hawker-Siddeley later BAe. Design was then purchased by Hawker, aircraft was then the basis for several different designations.

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BAe HS-125 (none)

-edit 26.01.2015 Justin: Changed Q side picture, showed BAe T.1 Dominie

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BAe Hs-125 (none)

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Rockwell 40A Sabreliner

-The Rockwell 40 Sabreliner only has 2 windows on each side.

-North American could also show up as a manufacturer.

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Aerospatiale SN.601 Corvette

-5 widely spaced fuselage windows

-Usually has tip tanks

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Bombarider Learjet 31A (none)

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Cessna 525C Citation Jet 4/CJ4

-The 'C' in 525C is mandatory. The cabin door will never have a window on it as in the rest of the 525 series. Wing also has a modest sweep back to it.

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