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Biscayne Bay Airspace is Busy!

19 September 2016

 

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LAN Airbus on final over Biscayne Bay to MIA—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Bell Twin Huey heading seaward over Government Cut—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Bell JetRanger orbits Dodge Island—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Bell JetRanger orbits Dodge Island—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Robson R44 over Biscayne Bay—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Robson R44 over Biscayne Bay—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Cape Air Cessna Caravan on base to arrive at the Miami Seaplane Base (Miami Beach in the background)—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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Cape Air Cessna Caravan over I-395 turning on final for Miami Seaplane Base (wheels up to land on the waters of Government Cut)—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. shortfinals permalink
    19 September 2016 06:57

    Now, that’s a busy piece of airspace – with lots of variety, too! Thanks, Joe!

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      19 September 2016 11:10

      Glad to. Lots of traffic here in Miami. Road traffic. Water traffic. Air traffic.

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