Photos: Cirrus SR22 G6 at Marathon Key

Air-to-air photography of the most advanced SR22 over Marathon Airport.

In December, Flying magazine Editor-in-Chief Stephen Pope flew the brand-new Cirrus SR22 G6, which graces the cover of our March 2017 issue, from his home airport in New Jersey to Marathon Key in Florida.

The clear skies and deep-blue waters of the Keys turned out to be the perfect backdrop for an air-to-air photo shoot.

Check out some of the images from a day flying out of Florida Keys Marathon Airport below.

Cirrus SR22 G6
The G6 offers significant improvements from previous SR22s.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The new Cirrus SR22T GTS landing at Marathon Airport as its Spectra wingtip lights reflect off the runway.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
This particular model's Athens blue and sterling gray paint scheme pops out agains the greenish-blue waters of the Keys.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The SR22 over the Seven Mile Bridge.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The airplane is equipped with a Hartzell three-blade composite propeller.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The Spectra LED wingtip lights bring together the look of the Generation 6 SR22.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The wingtip lights turn on and off automatically on departure and arrival passing through 200 feet agl.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
Another shot over the water.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
An up-close shot of the SR22 G6.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The SR22 over Boot Key Harbor.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The sun sets, making for some dramatic lighting to end the shoot.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
Another shot of the SR22 at dusk.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The clear skies hold up throughout the day.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
The SR22 is a personal time machine that can offer up amazing experiences.Jim Koepnick
Cirrus SR22 G6
An aviation-inspired mural at the Marathon General Aviation FBO on Marathon Key, Florida.Jim Koepnick