Thrush 510G in Photos

Built for the thrills of ag flying, this agile workhorse gets the job done.

Thrush 510G
With its ability to spray a farm field at a top working speed of 150 mph, the GE-powered Thrush 510G is little like the 1960s-era, radial-engine Snow S-2 crop-duster on which it is based.Flying
Thrush 510G
Thrush offers the 510G in a two-seat version, perfect for training or for those times when you want to bring along a spotter, an extra pilot or overnight gear.Flying
Thrush 510G
The busy Thrush factory in Albany, Georgia.Flying
Thrush 510G
As you might expect, the instrumentation in the Thrush is fairly basic. The 510G is offered with Aspen glass and comes standard with a superb air-conditioner.Flying
Thrush 510G
GE gained certification of the H80 in March, and Thrush has been test-­flying the 510G ever since as the company awaits the final FAA sign-offs needed to start selling the new model.Flying
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