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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
Toledo Express Airport (TOL/KTOL)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2015
Cole Goldberg
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N680GT (cn 680-0075) The guts of N680GT as it undergoes maintenance at the Toledo Jet Center.

ID 56099 Views: 239
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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
Toledo Express Airport (TOL/KTOL)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2015
Cole Goldberg
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N680GT (cn 680-0075) The sandbags by the nose in this stripped cabin are used to prevent the two heavy Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306C engines from tipping the aircraft.

ID 56098 Views: 215
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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
Toledo Express Airport (TOL/KTOL)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2015
Cole Goldberg
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N680GT (cn 680-0075) A stripped Citation Sovereign interior.

ID 56097 Views: 241
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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
Toledo Express Airport (TOL/KTOL)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2015
Cole Goldberg
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N680GT (cn 680-0075) The cabin of N680GT seen on the floor at the Toledo Jet Center.

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Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign
Toledo Express Airport (TOL/KTOL)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2015
Cole Goldberg
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N680GT (cn 680-0075) N680GT undergoing heavy maintenance at the Toledo Jet Center. This plane, ex A6-GJA, sat many years in Saudi Arabia and suffered sun and sand damage. It was ferried through Vienna on its way to the US and is now registered D-CLIF.

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