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Cessna 551 Citation II/SP
Bendigo (BXG / YBDG)
Australia - Victoria, September 27, 2013
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VH-JMM (cn 551-0036) This 1980-production Citation was first registered N3170B, re-registered as N889FA in 2004. It came to Australia in 2008, being registered VH-JMM on 28 July that year. Currently based in Bendigo with new charter operator MyJet.
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Cessna S550 Citation S/II
Cascais (- Tires) (LPCS)
Portugal, June 17, 2011
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CS-DDV (cn S550-0147) This aircraft had arrived to Cascais a couple of minutes before and you can actually see the VOR/DME approach chart to Tires at the captains yoke! Manny thanks to the person who made this shoot possible! [Canon 50D + Tokina 12-24]
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Cessna 551 Citation II/SP
Sorocaba (SOD / SDCO)
Brazil, February 4, 2009
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PT-LME (cn 551-0023) The Citation carried out a visual approach to the Sorocaba Airport. After landing the crew lost control of the aircraft. It overran the runway, went down a drop off and skidded into a street in the Vila Helena quarter. The airplane collided with four houses and three vehicles and ended up in a small field. The crash site elevation was 25 meters lower than the runway elevation. The aircraft was substantially damaged and the pilot was fatally injured.
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