Doug Robertson's Photo Gallery

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Aircraft and aiport photos are sorted separately. Airport photos always shown after aircraft photos.

N387RE photo, click to enlarge
1988 Cessna 550 CITATION S/II, two JT15D-4B Turbofans 2,500 lbft thrust each, on transient ramp
N266CJ photo, click to enlarge
1998 Cessna 525 CitationJet, two Williams Rolls Royce FJ44-1A Turbofans, 1,900 lbst each
N266CJ photo, click to enlarge
1998 Cessna 525 CitationJet, two Williams Rolls Royce FJ44-1A Turbofans, 1,900 lbst each, laminar flow wings, refueling
N10R photo, click to enlarge
1995 Cessna 525 CitationJet, two Williams Rolls-Royce FJ44-1A Turbofans 1,900 lbst each, laminar-flow wings, T-tail
N868EM photo, click to enlarge
2006 Cessna 525B CITATION CJ3, two Williams FJ44-3A Turbofans, 2,780 lb st each with FADEC
N592WP photo, click to enlarge
1975 Cessna CITATION 500, two P&W(C)JT15D-1 Turbofans rated at 2,200 lb st each for takeoff
N868EM photo, click to enlarge
2006 Cessna 525B CITATION CJ3, two Williams FJ44-3A Turbofans 2,780 lb st each with FADEC
N903JP photo, click to enlarge
2008 Cessna 510 CITATION MUSTANG, two P&W PW615F-A Turbofans of 1,460 lb st each with dual channel FADEC
N806MN photo, click to enlarge
2008 Cessna 608 CITATION SOVEREIGN, two P&W(C)306C Turbofans with FADEC each developing 5,770 lb st flat rated to ISA+15 deg.C.
N389QS photo, click to enlarge
2007 Cessna 680 CITATION SOVEREIGN, two P&W(C)PW306C Turbofans with FADEC each developing 5,770 lb st flat rated to ISA + 15 deg. C. Max cruise at FL350 459 kt 528 mph. Max certified altitude 47,000'.
N806MN photo, click to enlarge
2008 Cessna 608 CITATION SOVEREIGN, two P&W(C)306C turbofans with FADEC each developing 5,770 lbst flat rated to ISA + 15 deg. C. Max cruise at FL350 459 kt 528 mph. Max certified altitude 47,000'.
N381QS photo, click to enlarge
2006 Cessna 680 CITATION SOVEREIGN, two P&W(C)PW306C Turbofans with FADEC, flat rated at 5,770 lb st each. Target-type thrust reversers. On Golden West ramp.