This was one of a few interesting movements into the Fraser Coast region over the last couple of days.
|VH-PSK at Maryborough (File photo taken by David Geck ©)|
Also noted visiting Maryborough on Wednesday - and on Monday 5 January as well - was the Queensland Police Service (Airwing) Raytheon B1900D VH-PSK which - as usual - has had a couple of busy days of flying, calling into several other airports in CQ.
Also, Air Gold Coast Beech 76 Duchess VH-ZUA has made a couple of visits, while locally-based Beech A36 Bonanza VH-KEY returned home from Noosa.
|VH-KEY at Maryborough (File photo taken by David Geck ©)|
At Bundaberg Airport on Wednesday 7 January, three aircraft from the Royal Queensland Aero Club (Airline Academy of Australia) visited Bundy - and specifically the Hinkler Hall of Aviation - for the day from their Archerfield base. Cessna 206 VH-NCR was joined by Tecnam P2006T VH-OWW and Tecnam P2008 Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) VH-IBO, with the three lighties travelling pretty much together.
Also on Wednesday 7 January, Seair (Istlecote) Pilatus Britten-Norman BN2A-8 Islander VH-MBF called into Bundy from the the Gold Coast and Redcliffe before continuing to Lady Elliot Island. Brisbane-based Cessna 206 VH-ASJ also called in.
It's also worth mentioning that in Bundaberg, General Aviation Maintenance (GAM) AeroCommander 500-S aircraft VH-UJU has been operating the week-daily freight run through Bundy, Maryborough and Gayndah.
Finally, at Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airport, Mooney M20K VH-YRJ, Cessna 182 VH-KKV, Piper PA-28R-180 Cherokee Arrow VH-JPW and Cirrus SR20 VH-SRL all called in this week amongst the usual QantasLink and Virgin Australia commercial movements.