A fairly quiet week at Gladstone Airport this week, with some small General Aviation movements, as well as a Virgin Australia Embraer E-190 popping in on a scheduled service.
Most of the action occurred on Tuesday 8 January, with Edwards Coaches Cessna 525 Citation CJ2 bizjet VH-RJB spending the day at Gladstone Airport after arriving from Brisbane.
Also noted on Tuesday was Shadforth’s Civil Engineering Contractors Cessna 414A VH-SMX, which arrived from and later departed back to the Sunshine Coast.
Lastly, Emergency Management Queensland (Queensland Government) Agusta AW139 Helicopter VH-ESH popped into Gladstone on Tuesday 8 January, on its way North from Archerfield to Cairns. It departed Gladstone for Mackay, Townsville, and then Cairns.
Incidentally, on Wednesday 9 January, sister-ship VH-EZJ travelled down the Queensland Coast, popping into Rockhampton Airport while on its way from Cairns to Archerfield.
Then on Friday 11 January, Virgin Australia flew Embraer E-190 VH-ZPG into Gladstone on a scheduled service from and back to Brisbane. VH-ZPG touched down as VOZ1713, and departed as VOZ1716.
Lastly, on Saturday 12 January, Jamie C captured this beautiful Cessna 180 VH-VGW as it passed through Gladstone Airport.