First to arrive was American-registered Bombardier BD-700-1A11 Global 5000 N667BB which touched down from Cairns.
A little later in the morning, Shortstop Jet Charter's brand new Dassault Falcon 900C VH-OAA arrived into Hamo from Melbourne (Essendon).
VH-OAA had only been delivered to the Shortstop Jet Charter in early February direct from the Dassault Aviation factory in France.
And in the early afternoon, Isle-of-Man registered Bombardier BD-100-1A10 Challenger 350 M-SGJS arrived from Queenstown (New Zealand) and the Gold Coast.
Each bizjet appears to be staying for at least the night.
Finally, on Thursday 16 March, Qantas Airways Boeing B737-838 VH-VZR operated as QFA866 from Sydney into Hamilton Island Airport but was unable to operate the return QFA867 due to a technical issue.
Consequently, fellow Qantas Boeing B737-838 VH-VXC positioned empty from Brisbane to Hamilton Island Airport as QFA6114 and was noted operating the (now) delayed QFA867 service from Hamo back to Sydney.
The broken down VH-VZR departed Hamilton Island Airport for Brisbane a short time later, positioning empty as QFA6124.