The Cirrus Design SR20 and SR22 are four-seater aircraft, standard equipped with the
Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS). This safety system lowers the entire aircraft
to the ground in extreme emergencies. The Cirrus Design SR20 and SR22 aeroplanes for
Europe and Africa are delivered out of Duluth, Minnesota in the USA via Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands.
General Enterprises b.v. at Eelde airfield is the agent for Europe and Africa; the European Distribution Centre of
Cirrus Design Corp. will be build at Groningen Airport Eelde. On 28 June 2004, TFHS - Trafikflyg Högskollan / Lund University
School of Aviation (LUSA) signed an order for delivery of 5 Cirrus SR20-G2 aircraft as a replacement for their ageing
Scottish Aviation Bulldogs in use for their basic aviation training. These Cirrus SR-20s are equipped with Electronic
Flight Information System (EFIS). On 28 February 2005, the Cirrus SR20s were photographed at Groningen Airport Eelde, prior
to the delivery to their new home base Ljungbyhed airport in the southern part of Sweden.
The Cirrus Design SR20s designated for TFHS - Trafikflyg Högskollan were registered first in the US on 20 January 2005 and arrived
under US-registration at Groningen Airport Eelde in the Netherlands. After being prepared for TFHS, the aeroplanes were registered
with Lunds Universitet in Sweden on 23 February 2005. Cirrus SR20g2 c/n 1479 SE-LUC was registered first N53329 in the US.
The registration N53329 was cancelled on 2 March 2005. Cirrus SR20g2 c/n 1480 SE-LUD was registered first as N53330. The registration N53330
was cancelled on 10 February 2005. Cirrus SR20g2 c/n 1481 SE-LUE was registered first as N53335, the registration N53335
was cancelled on 23 February 2005. Cirrus SR20g2 c/n 1482 SE-LUF was registered first as N53345, the registration N53345 was cancelled on
10 February 2005. Cirrus SR20g2 c/ 1483 SE-LUG was registered first as N53353, the registration N53353 was cancelled on 10 February 2005.