The 1974-built Cessna 500 Citation c/n 500-0234 PH-CTG (ex N234CC) was also operated
as a calibration aircraft for the RLD. As calibration aircraft, it was the successor of
HFB-320 Hansajet PH-HFC, that was phased out in 1985.
Next to the titling, the special tasks of Citation PH-CTG are visible
by the electronics bubble on the roof. On the picture the PH-CTG wears next to the RLD titling,
the revised RLS colours. Cessna 500 Citation was registered PH-CTG in the Netherlands by the Dutch Government
on behalf of the Rijksluchtvaartschool on 26 March 1975. After almost for 22
years being operated in the Netherlands, registration PH-CTG was cancelled on 19 February 1997
and the Citation was registered N70CA in the USA on 24 June 1997.