Friday, October 3, 2014

A Few More Interesting Light Aircraft Noted at Bundaberg Airport This Week

Bundaberg Airport continues to see some interesting light General Aviation (GA) aircraft pass through during the course of this week.

As we mentioned below, General Aviation Maintenance (GAM) AeroCommander 500-S VH-MEH operated the Brisbane-Maryborough-Bundaberg-Gayndah return freight run during the early part of the week, with fellow AeroCommander VH-UJI operating the run on Wednesday 1 October and Thursday 2 October.

File photo

Nitro Aviation (Nitro Drilling) Raytheon B300 Super King Air VH-NDT was noted calling into Bundy on Tuesday 30 September and again on Wednesday 1 October, flying between Clermont, Middlemount and the Sunshine Coast.

Also on Tuesday 30 September, locally-based Beech V35A VH-ILC flew to Archerfield before returning on Wednesday 1 October.

In fact, Wednesday 1 October was a busy day with Vanderfield Pilatus PC-12/47 VH-WPH, J.M. Kelly (Project Builders) Cessna 310 VH-FFA, SOCATA TB-20 Trinidad VH-IPF and the Queensland Police Service (Airwing) Raytheon B1900D VH-PSK  all calling in.

File photo taken by Micah S  ©

In fact, VH-PSK has again had a busy week calling into pretty much every Airport along the Queensland coast between Brisbane and Cairns on Monday 29 September and Wednesday 1 October, with (at the time of writing) another busy day expected on Friday 3 October.

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