Dutch Biz Jets    

PH-JCI, Raytheen Beechcraft 390 Premier 1, msn RB-122, hex 484CAF

PH-JCI, SolidaiR, captured after take-off from Innsbrück, Austria, on one of its
first flights with Dutch markings. The previous registration G-CJAG is still visible under the wing.

Photo: Borut Smrdelj, LOWI, 23 Januari 2010.

G-CJAG Parked in the cold at Eindhoven, awaiting its official transfer from
the United Kingdom to the Netherlands. G-CJAG was cancelled from the CAA register
on 8 Januari 2010. Four cabin-windows are visible under the snow.

Photo: Nick Vos, EHEH, 3 Januari 2010.

The Beechcraft Premier 1 parked at Lakeland, Florida during the Sun & Fun Fly-In,
with its original tail-number N3722Z. The Premier 1 Jet has been build with 3 cabin windows.

Photo: Graham Hustings, KLAL, 18 April 2005.

Beechcraft Premier 1 PH-JCI was registered to SolidaiR, Eindhoven on 11 Januari 2010. Solidair was declared bankrupt on 7 October 2011 and the Beechcraft was transferred to its owner Aeronautica BV, Rumpt on 17 November 2011. On 9 March 2012 PH-JCI was transferred to operator ASL BV, Eindhoven. On 11 September 2013 PH-JCI was transferred to operator Liberty Air BV, Teuge. On 2 May 2014 PH-JCI was transferred to operator Exxaero BV, Eindhoven. Previous tail-numbers are: G-CJAG, N3722Z. The Beechcraft was cancelled from the Dutch Civil Aircraft Register on 16 June 2015 and exported to the USA. N810WT is operated by Flioway LLC, from Bettendorf, Iowa.

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