Friday, June 20, 2014

Revisions in Toll Aviation (Toll Freight) Flights into Central Queensland Airports This Week

I note with interest that starting this week there has been some revisions in the routing of most of the Toll Aviation (Toll Freight) Metroliner freight runs affecting Mackay, Rockhampton, Emerald and Biloela / Thangool Airports.

File photo

The Metro flights that depart Emerald each weeknight for Brisbane now call into Rockhampton rather than Biloela / Thangool Airport.  The 'outbound' TFX111 flight (Monday to Thursday) and TFX113 flight (Friday) now departs Emerald and flys via Rockhampton before heading onto Brisbane.  Interestingly, the 'inbound' flights to Emerald - TFX108 (Monday) and TFX110 (Tuesday to Friday) - remained unchanged, and still fly from Brisbane to Emerald via Thangool.

It appears that this link into Rocky is to compensate for the apparent removal of the TFX161 (MKY-ROK-BNE) and TFX162 (BNE-ROK-MKY) runs that have not operated over this last week.

Toll Metros at Rockhampton Airport  (File photo taken by 'IAD'  ©)

Rocky now sees the North-bound TFX132 flight land each week-morning on its long journey to Mount Isa from Brisbane via Rockhampton, Townsville and Richmond.

This Metro that flys into Mount Isa turns-around and operates later in the day as TFX129/131 flying from Mount Isa into Richmond, and then onto Mackay and Brisbane.

Mackay sees one of the Toll ATR 42-300(F) call in each weekday morning while heading North to Cairns from Brisbane as TFX122.

Toll ATR Freighter VH-TOX at Brisbane in December 2013

Can you keep up??!!

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