On Thursday 3 May, Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Beech B350 Super King Air A32-437 was photographed by local plane spotter Dave G at Maryborough Airport shortly after arriving from Townsville as "Dingo 43".
Operated by the RAAF's No. 38 Squadron out of Townsville, the Super King Air came to Maryborough to collect a banner that was used in local ANZAC Day commemorations.
After a short time on the ground at Maryborough, A32-437 made the short hop to Bundaberg Airport before later returning to Townsville.
Meanwhile, David G - who happens to the work at Maryborough Aviation Services - also provides an update and photos of a couple of interesting recent visitors into Maryborough Airport.
On Wednesday 2 May, Toll Freight Aviation / Toll Express Metro 23 VH-UZN was photographed by David as it completed airwork at Maryborough Airport including several circuits with touch-and-go landings and missed approaches. It flew in from and then returned to Brisbane and was heard to be flying as TFX502 / "Toll Express 502".
Amateur-built Van's RV-8 VH-FSX was also a recent visitor and was spotted resting in the midday sun. It features an extended fuselage and turbo-charged engine. Looks like fun!
While Amateur-built SeaMax M-22 Amphib LSA E24-7874 visited the hangar during this week.
Sincere thanks to David G of Maryborough Aviation Services for providing the information and photos some great visitors at Maryborough Airport.
Maryborough Aviation Services is based at Maryborough Airport and provides a comprehensive range of aircraft maintenance and refurbishment services, including repainting of aircraft, upholstery renewal/re-trim, avionics upgrades as well as pre-purchase and end-of-lease inspections to name only a few. Check out their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Maryborough-Aviation-Services/
Photos taken by David Geck ©