A30-006 was flying as "Wedgetail 03" and looked to fly up direct from RAAF Base Williamtown to complete the airwork at Bundy. It then flew South and looked to land at RAAF Base Amberley.
This is the second day in-a-row that RAAF Wedgetail A30-006 has completed airwork at Bundaberg Airport with it flying as "Wedgetail 02" on Monday 9 March. Fellow RAAF Wedegatail A30-002 "Wedegtail 01" was also noted completing a missed approach on Monday 9 March but at Gladstone Airport - see Blog post below.
Meanwhile, also on Tuesday 10 March, fellow RAAF Boeing B737-7ES / E-7A Wedgetail Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) aircraft A30-004 was noted arriving into RAAF Base Amberley from RAAF Base Williamtown as "Wedgetail 04".
Photo taken by John Van Den Bosch ©