The Ides of March

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The Ides of March movie poster.

Movie (2011)
French title : Les marches du pouvoir

Ryan Gosling (Stephen Meyers)
George Clooney (Mike Morris, Governor of Pennsylvania)
Evan Rachel Wood (Molly Stearns)
Philip Seymour Hoffman (Paul Zara)

(Synopsis needed)

IAI 1125 Astra SPX

Reg. N800AJ IAI 1125 Astra SPX c/n 081 built in 1996.
She was the flagship of the type for Israel Aircraft Industries at Paris Le Bourget Airshow in June 1997 with a different paint. Since June 2017, this registration is for a Bombardier CL-600-2B16.

TheIdes-of-March N800AJ.jpg

But this cabin (eight seats) is too wide for the type : width of the real one is only 4'8" / 1,42 meter and could only afford six smaller seats.

TheIdes-of-March cabin.jpg

But the airport is really Cincinnati Municipal Airport – Lunken Field (IATA: LUK ; ICAO: KLUK ; FAA LID: LUK).

TheIdes-of-March CincinnatiLunken.jpg

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