Dusseldorf Airport - Biz-Jets & General Aviation
There were only around a dozen biz-jets visible at any one time during my stay in early May 2019 although many more would no doubt be hangared. Jet Aviation operates the small Executive Terminal here solely for private and corporate customers. There were some `biz` arrivals and departures over the weekend but I was a bit disappointed with the overall number and variety seen here.
The unidentified biz-jet on the right above was snapped from the plane while taxiing to stand after arrival on Thursday 2 May. The only text I can make out on it is the word`UNITED` and there is some Arabic writing in front of the engine but the registration has been rubbed out. Boeing 737-7BQ(BBJ) N79711 (below) was photographed a few moments later. The VIP airliner is operated by Dallah BBJ LLC of Saudi Arabia and had been withdrawn from use since 5 November 2017 until being brought back online in January this year.
Above: Embraer Legacy 500 D-BOLD taxis to the Executive Terminal after landing on Sunday 5 May 2019.
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This unidentified biz-jet taxied to the Eurowings maintenance area with its starboard engine cover containing its registration removed.
Agustawestland AW109-SP D-HORI, pictured on 6 May, is operated by Heli Transair.