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PH-CTG, Cessna 500 Citation, msn 500-0234

PH-CTG, KLM Luchtvaartschool at Schiphol-Oost.
Photo: Jan Makkus, EHAM

PH-CTG pictured at Schiphol in the new RLS colorscheme with RLD logo and Flight Inspection titles.
Photo: Gert-Jan Vis, EHAM, 11 January 1988.

The seventh Citation in the colors of KLS, KLM Luchtvaartschool. The RLS, Rijksluchtvaartschool was a part of the RLD, Rijksluchtvaartdienst or Dutch Civil Aviation Authority, a government institution which was also responsible for the training of airline pilots in the Netherlands for many years. In 1991 the RLS was transferred from the Government to KLM, Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij or Royal Dutch Airlines for the symbolic amount of one Dutch guilder, and changed its name from RLS to KLS. Nowadays KLS is called KLM Flight Academy in order to attract also students from outside the Netherlands. PH-CTG has flown for almost 22 years in the Netherlands, it was registered during March 1975 and was cancelled in February 1997 and was exported to the USA with tailnumber N70CA.

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