Dutch Biz Jets    

PH-FJP, Grumman Gulfstream II, msn 78

PH-FJP, Philips Vliegbedrijf, on the tarmac of Brussel Airport alongside
a Belgian Air Force DC-6AC KY-4, after a nightstop in the summer of 1970 or 1971.

PH-FJP was registered to Philips Vliegbedrijf from February 1970 untill December 1971. FJP stands for Frits J. Philips, the founder of the multinational electronics company Philips. PH-FJP was the first real BizJet in the Dutch civil aircraft register. The Gulfstream II was exported to Canada in December 1971, served in the USA for a while and was later sold to Panama where it has been operating for the Government as HP-1A.

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