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A somewhat peculiar photo of Beechcraft C90 King Air c/n LJ684 F-BXPY at Eindhoven aiport in The Netherlands (EHEH) on 30 June 2011. From this angle, the aircraft looks as if it has only one (nose) engine. F-BXPY was built in 1976 and, as stated in JP Biz-Jet 2011, is owned by French company Esswein S.A. According to other databases it is still operated by Chalair aviation, but it does not appear in the Chalair fleet list in JP airline fleets 2011/2012. Anyway, the livery of the aircraft has changed a little over the years: the grey registration lettering was replaced by black and on the door the words "emergency exit" disappeared. Only the French equivalent "issue de secours" remained.
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Image of PH-BXPY in 2007 on airliners.net, with grey lettering and "emergency exit" still on the door
Order form JP airline fleets 2011/2012
Order form JP Biz-Jet 2011
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