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AAC 44 Angel

-edit 04.17.2016 Justin T: Changed Manufacturer name to acronym for Angel Aircraft corporation, and added Angel as a common nickname.

-Nickname is shared with strippers around the world.

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Beech H18 Super 18

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Beechcraft 300 Super King Air

-Racetrack engine intakes directly below the spinners, the 200 series does not have these. If the aircraft has winglets and is stretched it is known as the B300 Super King Air 350.

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Cessna T303 Crusader

-One of the only twins to have a cruciform tail horizontal stabilizer.

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DeHavilland DH.88 Comet

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Ted Smith (none) Aerostar 601P

-Edit 10/17/15 Glenn: Could also be seen as the Piper PA-60 Aerostar or the less produced (none) Sequoia.

-Super swoopy tail and a mid-fuselage mounted wing.

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Diamond DA42 Twin Star

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Piper PA-23-160 Apache

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Beechcraft 60 Duke

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Cessna 414A Chancellor

-5 Cabin windows; may or may not have winglets. The Cessna 414 (none) does not have nearly as long of a nose as the 414A, and it will always have tip tanks.

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Beech H18 Super 18

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Beagle B.206 Basset

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Cessna T303 Crusader

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Cessna T310R (none)

-Elongated nose that has room for baggage.

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Beechcraft 58 Baron

-4 windows

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Nieva NE-820 Caraja

-PT-6 Turboprop conversion of Emb-820, itself a licence built Navajo Chieftain

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General Avia F.20 Pegaso

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Beechcraft 90 King Air

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Cessna 340 (none)

-340A I, II, or II has square intakes compared to rounded ones the 340, overall a very minor detail.

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SFERMA SF-60 Marquis

-Turbine conversion of a Beech 55

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Vulcanair/Partenavia P68R (none)

-Originally destined to be named the Victor the name was dropped for all production aircraft. The P.68 Observer, a German/Italian development, has a glass see through nose that this aircraft lacks.

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Colemill 55/58 Foxstar

-Conversion seen on the 55 and the 58 Baron

-Winglets, 4 blades

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Cessna 425 Corsair/Conquest I

-No winglets, five windows, turbine engines

 

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Beechcraft B300 Super King Air 350

-Has racetrack intakes which automatically makes this a 300 series. The winglets and the addition of extra cabin space changes the designation to a B300 Super King Air 350.

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Colemill PA-31 Panther I

-Converted Navajo

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Wing D-1 Derringer

-11 built, notice the placement of the pitot tube at the top of the vertical stabilizer.

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Beechcraft F90 King Air

-Could show up as the F90-1, has a T-Tail. 203 in total produced of the F90 model, an additional 33 of the F90-1.

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DeHavilland DH.88 Comet

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Cessna 414A Chancellor

-5 Cabin windows; may or may not have winglets. The Cessna 414 (none) does not have nearly as long of a nose as the 414A, and it will always have tip tanks.

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PZL Mielec M20 Mewa

-License built version of the Piper PA-34 Seneca II

-To hlep make this distinction between these two aircraft the M20 is operated by an air ambulance service, and border guard unit in Poland.

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Let L-200 Morava

-Very distinguishing aft-facing windows. Always has tip tanks.

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Cessna 411 (none)

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Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise

-Aircraft requires a type rating to be flown in the US.

-Differs from its smaller brother the MU-2 Solitaire in that the MU-2 Marquise has a large bulge where the landing gear retract into the fuselage.

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Miles M.65 Gemini

-Unique flap configuration with the flap seemingly trailing behind the wing itself. According to Wikipedia 170 in total were constructed.

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Cessna 337 Super Skymaster

-Has retractable gear unlike its sister aircraft the Cessna 336 Skymaster.

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Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

-Aztec has hard corners while the apache has smooth round edges.

-Nose is noticeably larger than the Apache.

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Riley (none) Super Skyrocket

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Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander

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Cessna 320 Skyknight

-Has an aft slant to the rear window that the Cessna 320E Executive Skyknight does not have as well as a flat bottom to the same window.

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AAC 44 Angel

-Nickname is shared with strippers around the world.

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Aero Ae-45/145 Aero/Super Aero

-Impossible to distinguish between the Ae-45 and Ae-145 models which correspond to the names Aero and Super Aero.

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Riley (none) Turbo Executive 400

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Piaggio P.180 Avanti

-Unique design with the canards and the pusher turboprops. Note that the engines are actually embedded in the wing.

-Could also show up as an Avanti II, in a write in situation always write just Avanti.

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Cessna 340 (none)

-Brace in the window

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Cessna 411 (none)

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Lockheed 12A Electra Junior

-Not nearly as big as the Lockheed 14 Super Electra. 3 windows down either side of the fuselage.

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SIAI-Marchetti S.210 (none)

-Extremely similar to the General Avia F.20 Pegaso, one of the notable differences being the number of windows on the side of the aircraft

 

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Monospar ST-25 Universal

-This variant has the split twin tail unlike its cousin the ST-25 Jubilee

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Wing D-1 Derringer 

-11 built

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Monsopar ST-25 Jubilee

-Unlike its cousin the ST-25 Universal the Jubilee has one single vertical stablizer

-British aircraft used in the 1930s

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Beech 80 Queen Air

-First Queen Air to have the swept tail. The number of windows down the side can vary from 3 to 4, also, the rearmost window can vary in shape.

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Piaggio P.180 Avanti

-Engines are embedded in the wing, not mounted to the side of the fuselage.

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Temco-Riley D16 Twin Navion

-Blunt nose

-Edit 5/5/16, Glenn: the D-16 may have tip tanks, officialy this is the Temco-Riley D-16A Twin Navion

-Does not have the over engine scoops like the Camair 480 Twin Navion

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Cessna 414 (none)

-Unlike the 414A Chancellor, the 414 (none) will always have tip tanks. It also has a much shorter nose than the Cessna 414A Chancellor.

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Beech 18 (none)

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Cessna 320E Executive Skyknight

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Cessna 421 Golden Eagle

-Geared engines, the rest of the frame is similar to the 414A Chancellor.

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Beechcraft F90 King Air

-Could show up as the F90-1, has a T-Tail. 203 in total produced of the F90 model, an additional 33 of the F90-1.

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On Mark (none) Marketeer

-On Mark developed 3 models of Douglas A-26 Invader aircraft in the post World War II era; those being the Executive, Marketeer, and the Marksman. The Marksman is a pressurized variant of this aircraft which has pressurized Douglas DC-4 Cockpit. Note the tip tanks.

-8 in total produced

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Beechcraft B100 King Air

-Big exhaust coming out of  the bottom of the engines. Also does not have a T-tail horizontal stabilizer.

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Cessna T303 Crusader

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Partenavia P68 Observer

-Tail number N737

-Edit 04.26.2017 Justin T: Changed P-66 to P68. Nor sure where P-66 quite came from.

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Diamond DA42 Twin Star

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Beechcraft 88 Queen Air

-All round windows down the side of the fuselage. First pressurized variant.

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Piper Pa-42 Cheyenne III

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Beechcraft 200 Super King Air

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Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II

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Miles M.65 Gemini

-Unique flap configuration with the flap seemingly trailing behind the wing itself. According the Wikipedia 170 in total were constructed.

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General Avia F.20 Pegaso

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Beech 80 Queen Air

-First Queen Air to have the swept tail. The number of windows down the side can vary from 3 to 4, also, the rearmost window can vary in shape.

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Cessna 335 (none)

-4 windows down the sides and no brace in the cockpit window as seen on the Cessna 340.

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Beech 95 Travel Air

-Rear window size can vary greatly.

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Beechcraft B300 Super King Air 350

-Has racetrack intakes which automatically makes this a 300 series. The winglets and the addition of extra cabin space changes the designation to a B300 Super King Air 350.

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Beechcraft B100 King Air

-Big exhaust coming out of  the bottom of the engines. Also does not have a T-tail horizontal stabilizer.

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Piper PA-23 Apache

-The tail can be used as a fairly reliable method for distinguishing between he Aztec and Apache, however if the nose is the rounded soft Apache one it overrides the shape of the tail.

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Beechcraft F90 King Air

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Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche

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Cessna 404 Titan

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Cessna 335 (none)

-Doesn’t have the diagonal support in the front side window

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Beechcraft 300 Super King Air

-Racetrack engine intakes directly below the spinners, the 200 series does not have these. If the aircraft has winglets and is stretched it is known as the B300 Super King Air 350.

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Piper Pa-31T2 Cheyenne IIXL

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Beechcraft 2000 Starship

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Britten-Norman BN-2T Turbine Islander

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PZL Mielec M20 Mewa

-License built version of the Piper PA-34 Seneca II

-To hlep make this distinction between these two aircraft the M20 is operated by an air ambulance service, and border guard unit in Poland.

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Howard 500 (none)

-Appeared on the Nationals 2015 Rec Test in the write in section. Unique paint scheme for most of the aircraft and the central window  is reminiscent of a Dassault Falcon

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Fuji FA-300 (none)

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Cessna T337G Pressurized Skymaster

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Beagle B.206 Basset

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Beechcraft 50 Twin Bonanza

-Beech or Beechcraft would both be perfectly acceptable.

-Could show up as the D50 for the number designation.

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Dornier Do-28 (none)

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Aero 500/520/560 Commander

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Cessna 421 Golden Eagle

-Geared engines, the rest of the frame is similar to the 414A Chancellor.

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Beechcraft 76 Duchess

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Beechcraft 76 Duchess

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Aero Ae.145 Super Aero

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Partenavia P68 Observer

-Also flown by the Italian and German police with the same designation and common name.

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Beech 58P Pressurized Baron

-Round Spit window

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Beech 55 Baron

-Swept tail, flattened cowling, three windows

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Dornier Do-28 (none)

-Floatplane conversion of the Do 27A-1 by the Jobmaster Company of Seattle, Washington, United States

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Cessna 310 (none)

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Cessna 320E Executive Skyknight

-Different windows in the back when compared to the Cessna 320 Skynight which has a flat bottom to the rear window and an aft slant.

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Cessna 402 Businessliner / Utililiner 

-Super long pointed nose, can have rouned or square windows

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Partenavia P68 Observer

-Also flown by the Italian and German police with the same designation and common name.

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Cessna 402 Businessliner/Utiliner

-Found on the hit TV Show Wings N121PP

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Colemill PA-31 Panther II

-Essentially a Piper PA-31 Chieftain (extended cabin) the Colemill has four "Q-Tip" blades on the prop opposed to the usual 3.

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Embraer EMB-121 Xingu

-There is an up-engined version pictured here with 4 prop blades and PT-6A engines not typically produced as the Xingu II. 

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Let L-200 Morava

-Very distinguishing aft-facing windows. Always has tip tanks.

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Temco-Riley D-16A Twin Navion

-Does not have the over engine scoops of the Camair 480 Twin Navion

-D-16A has tip tanks

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Cessna T337G Pressurized Skymaster

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Beech 58TC Turbo Baron

Round intakes on front of engines

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Camair 480 Twin Navion

-Edit 5/5/16 Glenn, As far as I can tell the main consistent difference between the 480 and the D-16 is the intake on top of the engine. The 480 will always have this.

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Riley (none) Turbo Executive 400

-edit 09.23.2015 Justin T: Changed model # to (none) and used official name Turbo Executive 400

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Cessna 310 (none)

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Beechcraft 100 King Air

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Cessna 425 Corsair/Conquest I

Edit 1/1 Previously showed 421 CM

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Gulfstream American/Grumman GA-7 Cougar

-Single Piece windscreen like the Beech 76 but standard tail

-Gear retracts away from the fuselage

-Gulfstream American bought type cert in 1977

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Beech 60 Duke

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Cessna 320E Executive Skyknight

-Different windows in the back when compared to the Cessna 320 Skynight which has a flat bottom to the rear window and an aft slant.

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Reims Cessna F406 Caravan II

-Primarily used by small airlines, the aircraft is comparable enough to all the Cessna models that it belongs in this deck.

-An upgraded version of the Cessna 404 Titan, this aircraft has 2 Pratt and Whitney PT6A-112s.

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Mitsubishi MU-2 Solitaire

-Differs from its bigger brother, the MU-2 Marquise, that it does not have a bulge where the landing gear retract into the fuselage.

 

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Champion 402 Lancer

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Cessna 310 (none)

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Beech 50 Twin Bonanza

-The 'Q' side may be a photo from the aircraft located at Knox County near Columbus Ohio, Therriault is about 95% confident on that.

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Cessna 337 Super Skymaster

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Ted Smith (none) Aerostar 601P

-Could also be seen as the Piper PA-60 Aerostar or the less produced (none) Sequoia.

-Super swoopy tail and a mid-fuselage mounted wing.

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Colemill 55 President II

-Converted 55 Baron, winglets and 3 blades.

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Cessna 404 Titan

-402 With geared engines. Note the square windows and the significant anhedral in the horizontal stabilizers.

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Cessna 340 (none)

-Brace in the window

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Beechcraft 99 Airliner

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Beech 76 Duchess

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Lockheed 12A Electra Junior

-Not nearly as big as the Lockheed 14 Super Electra. 3 windows down either side of the fuselage.

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Beech 55 Baron

-Not all 55 Barons will have an air scoop on top of the engine. Instead, go by the number of windows down the side.

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Grumman GA-7 Cougar

-Gear fold up into the aircraft away from the fuselage.

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Beechcraft 2000 Starship

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Reims Cessna F406 Caravan II

-Primarily used by small airlines, the aircraft is comparable enough to all the Cessna models that it belongs in this deck.

-An upgraded version of the Cessna 404 Titan, this aircraft has 2 Pratt and Whitney PT6A-112s.

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Cessna 336 Skymaster

-Does not have retractable gear like its sister aircraft the Cessna 337 Super Skymaster.

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Potez 56 (none)

-72 built according to Wikipedia

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Grumman GA-7 Cougar

-Gear fold up into the aircraft away fromt he fuselage.

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Beech 18 (none)

-edit 15.01.2016 Justin T: Change 'Q' slide picture to an aircraft without military markings.

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Piper PA-23-250 Aztec

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Beechcraft 88 Queen Air

-All round windows down the side of the fuselage. First pressurized variant.

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Beech 95 Travel Air

-Rear window size can vary greatly.

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Piper PA-30 Twin Commanche

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Mitsubishi MU-2 Solitaire

-Differs from its bigger brother in that it does not have a bulge where the landing gear retract into the fuselage on the MU-2 Marquise.

 

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Cessna 421 Golden Eagle

-Geared engines, the rest of the frame is similar to the 414A Chancellor.

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Cessna 414 (none)

-Unlike the 414A Chancellor, the 414 (none) will always have tip tanks. It also has a much shorter nose than the Cessna 414A Chancellor.

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Dornier Do-28 (none)

-Not called the Skyservant in this variant.

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Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise

-Aircraft requires a type rating to be flown in the US.

-Differs from its smaller brother the MU-2 Solitaire in that the MU-2 Marquise has a large bulge where the landing gear retract into the fuselage.

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Beech 88 Queen Air

-First Queen Air model to be pressurized, and thus the first to have all round windows down the fuselage.

-Always has piston engines and retains the swept tail design.

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Beech 50 Twin Bonanza

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Cessna 340 (none)

-Has a angular brace in the cockpit windscreen that the 335 does not have. 4 windows down each side.

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Beech 55 Baron

-Not all 55 Barons will have an air scoop on top of the engine. Instead, go by the number of windows down the side.

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Camair 480 Twin Navion

-Edit 5/5/16 Glenn, As far as I can tell the main consistent difference between the 480 and the D-16 is the intake on top of the engine. The 480 will always have this.

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Neiva NE-821 Caraja

-Conversion of the already license built Embraer EMB-820 Navajo to have PT-6 engines.

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Cessna 320 Skyknight

-Has an aft slant to the rear window that the Cessna 320E Executive Skyknight does not have as well as a flat bottom to the same window.

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Let L-200 Morava

-Unique aircraft all around; from the aft-facing windows, tip tanks, cockpit windows, engines, and the h-stab.

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Beechcraft 50 Twin Bonanza

-Beech or Beechcraft would both be perfectly acceptable.

-Could show up as the D50 for the number designation.

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Beech 65 Queen Air

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Beechcraft 200 Super King Air

-Could also be seen as the B200. Does not have racetrack air intakes under the spinners like the 300/B300 series does.

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Camair 480 Twin Navion

-Edit 5/5/16 Glenn, As far as I can tell the main consistent difference between the 480 and the D-16 is the intake on top of the engine. The 480 will always have this.

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Rockwell 700 Commander

-4 windows on right hand side; 3 on pilot side

-Japanese version is the Fuji FA-300 (none)

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Diamond DA42 Twin Star

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BAe (none) Jetstream 31

-Not quite as long as its bigger brother the BAe (none) Jetstream 41 and has totally different engines when compared to the Handley Page Hp.137 Jetstream.

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