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PH-TGD Cessna 152 II c/n 15285960 - Aero Noord Nederland - Hoogeveen airfield in Holland - 16 April 2004 vliegveld Hoogeveen (EHHO)

The Cessna 152 is a two-seat single engined high wing light aircraft of all-metal construction. Cessna Aircraft Company began in the mid 1950s with the development of the Model 142, a tricycle-geared two place trainer. The Model 142 was based on the tail-wheel Model 140. After the Cessna 142 N34258 was flown first in September 1957, the Model 142 was renamed Model 150. During 1959, production of the Cessna Model 150 started. In 1977, the Cessna Model 150 was replaced in production by the basically similar Cessna Model 152. Improvements included a more powerful Avco Lycoming 0-235 engine giving 108-hp, plus installation and cowling changes to reduce engine noise and vibration, together with a McCauley propeller of a modified blade section. Between 1977 and 1986 the Cessna Model 152 was available in four versions; the standard Model 152, the slightly heavier Model 152 II with a package of factory installed avionics and omni-directional light beacon, the further improved Model 152 Trainer with other improvements including an intercom system and transponder, and the Model 152 Aerobat with the same aerobatic capabilities as the 150 Aerobat. When production ended in 1986 a total 7.482 Model l52 and Aerobats were manufacrured, including 640 built under license by Reims Aviation S.A. in France.
The ICAO Aircraft Type Designator for the Cessna 152 is C152.

The 1985-built Cessna 152 II s/n 15285960 was registered N95705 in the USA. On 8 November 1989, registration N95705 was cancelled as exported to the Netherlands; the same day the CofA for the aircraft as PH-TDG was requested by the Noord Nederlandse Aero Club at Groningen Airport Eelde. On 5 April 1990, the Cessna 152 II was registered PH-TGD with the Noord Nederlandse Aero Club. On 21 October 1999, the PH-TGD was registered with Aero Noord, Hoogeveen, as holder and D. de Ruiter, Hoogeveen, as owner. On 23 April 2001, the PH-TGD was registered with Aero Noord as holder and R&V Aero Beheer, Hoogeveen, as owner. After losing her pilot training permits on 1 October 2012 and 1 November 2012, Aero Noord no longer had any income and on 19 November 2012, she filed her own bankruptcy declaration. On 26 November 2012, Cessna 152 II PH-TGD was registered with R&V Aero Beheer. On 4 June 2014, registration PH-TGD was cancelled as exported to Spain. On 12 September 2014, the Cessna 152 II was registered EC-MNO with AFN Aeroflota del Noroeste.
On 16 April 2004, Cessna 152 II PH-TGD was seen in service with Aero Noord at the home base Hoogeveen airfield (EHHO).

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