Dutch Biz Jets    

PH-HFC, HFB 320 Hansa Jet, msn 1035

PH-HFC, Rijksluchtvaartschool, pictured in front of a KLM DC-9 at Rotterdam-Zestienhoven.
Photo: EHRD, September 1977.

PH-HFC, Rijnmond Air Services at Rotterdam.
Photo: Jan Makkus, EHRD, April 1986.

N128SD, Before the Hansa Jet left it was pictured at Rotterdam Airport.
Photo: Jan Makkus, EHRD, May 1987.

Hansa Jet PH-HFC in the colors of the RLS; Rijksluchtvaartschool - Holland, The third Hansa Jet entered the Dutch civil aircraft register in April 1969. The delivery flight to Groningen-Eelde airport was on 2 April with tail- number D-CERU. Hansa Jet PH-HFC was also used to calibrate and test the Navigation facilities of the RLD; Rijksluchtvaartdienst, such as the ILS; Instrument Landing System at the Dutch airports. In May 1985 Hansa Jet PH- HFC was transferred to Rijnmond Air Services and based at Rotterdam airport. In April 1987 the regi PH-HFC was cancelled and the Hamburger Flugzeugbau Hansa Jet was sold in the USA with tailnumber N128SD.

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