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Updated: 09/09/2017 08:48:01AM

Pilots securing their planes or flying away

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PHOTO BY JEFFERY SCOTT FRAYER

Supplies that were set to be delivered this week by Agape Flights were left behind until a later date after Irma inside Agape's hangar at Venice Municipal Airport.

PHOTO BY JEFFERY SCOTT FRAYER

These picnic tables, along with pallets, tools and other items were moved inside the Agape Flights hangar and other facilities at Venice Municipal Airport.

PHOTO BY JEFFERY SCOTT FRAYER

An airplane is towed to a safer position in advance of Hurricane Irma earlier this week at Venice Municipal Airport.

PHOTO BY JEFFERY SCOTT FRAYER

An Agape Flights Embraer 110 airplane is readied for a "relocation" flight to Tennessee earlier this week at Venice Municipal Airport. Both of Agape's planes that are based in Venice were set to head north Friday and pilots hope to resume normal operations early next week.

By SCOTT LOCKWOOD

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While one plane took off from Venice Municipal Airport earlier this week, another pilot was at a refueling station getting his plane ready to follow suit.

On the other side of the airfield, a small stream of cars came and went with people coming to move, cover and even strap down the wings of their small aircrafts.

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