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PH-SVZ Cessna 550 Citation II c/n 550-0378 - Slagboom en Peeters Aerial Surveys - Teuge airport in Holland - 15 June 2018 more at Teuge airport

The Cessna 550 Citation II is a twin-engined corporate jet aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Cessna Aircraft Company. The Cessna Citation II is a stretched development of the Cessna 500 Citation I (+1,29m / 4ft 3in). The Cessna 550 Ciation II flew first on 31 January 1977. The aircraft accomodate two crew and up to twelve passengers and is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-4 engines. The ICAO code for this business jet is C550. When production ended a total of 667 were manufactured.

The 1980-built Cessna 550 Citation II c/n 550-0378 (ex N2746B; YV-299CP; N3999H; OH-CAT) was registered D-CIFA in Germany. Citation II D-CIFA was operated by FAI-Rent-a-jet and served several years as an air ambulance. On 9 January 2008, the Cessna 550 was registered SE-RIK in Sweden with Siemens Financial Services AB as owner and Grafair Flight Management AB, Bromma, as operator. On 28 November 2014, the SE-RIK arrived on delivery to its new operator Slagboom en Peeters Aerial Surveys at Teuge airport near Apeldoorn in the Netherlands. On 2 December 2014, the SE-RIK was registered with Holding Y.E. Slagboom, Teuge, Netherlands, as owner. On 16 September 2015, registration SE-RIK was cancelled as exported to the Netherlands. On 25 September 2015, the aircraft was registered PH-SVZ. On 15 June 2018, Cessna 550 Citation II PH-SVZ was seen at Teuge airport with the logo and small titles of Slagboom en Peeters Aerial Surveys.

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