Wed, Dec 15, 2004
Aircraft Now Registered In Europe
Great Britain welcomed its first Cirrus onto that country's
aircraft registry last week when serial number 1458 Cirrus SR20
traded in its "N" number for a "G."
G-OPSS, a fully loaded SR20 is currently in the hands of Nick
Tarrant, at the Cirrus UK Sales Center located at Turweston
Airfield,in Brackely, Northants.
Ian Bentley, vice president of customer relations, himself a Brit,
told ANN it was fun to hear the news of the "G" registration. "It
is very nice to finally see a Cirrus with the 'G' registration
after so many years. I look forward to seeing many more such
Cirrus' in the future when I return to the UK for a visit."
Cirrus's first British delivery comes as its first French model
arrived on the Continent (above).
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