Monday, September 12, 2016

Mile High Aviation Based at Maryborough Airport - New Arrival in the form of Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftan VH-SIK

Since commencing operations with a single aircraft at Maryborough Airport in 2015, locally-based Mile High Aviation has gone from strength to strength now with bases also at Bundaberg and Archerfield Airports, as well as satellite operations on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Mile High Aviation provides a variety of aerial services including scenic flights, general air charter, aerial surveys and photography, fire spotting, powerline and pipeline inspections as well as general cargo and passenger transfers.

Furthermore, the professional staff at Mile High Aviation offer a ferrying service where they will fly your aircraft from a point of origin to any destination in the world.

Until recently, Mile High Aviation operated both single-engined Cessna 172s VH-DMP and VH-DZW along with twin-engined Piper PA-34-200 Seneca II VH-SRT.  A nice choice of aircraft allowing the most suitable aeroplane to be selected based on budget and operational requirements.

In recent weeks, Mile High Aviation has taken delivery of the brightly coloured Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Cheiftan VH-SIK.

The Navajo had previously operated (amongst other operators) for Fly Orana based at Orange in New South Wales.

To learn more about Mile High Aviation and the services offered by this locally owned company in the Fraser Coast region, their official website can be located at:

Mile High Aviation can also be found on Facebook:

Alternatively, the helpful staff can be contacted directly by phone on:  1300 645 344.

Photos taken by 'AC', Brendan Berry and David Geck  ©

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