Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Both Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna Citation Bizjets VH-SIY & VH-ZIY at Whitsundays Airports - Plus More!

On Tuesday 29 June, both Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna Citation bizjets were noted visiting a couple of Whitsundays Airports.

Cessna 525A Citation CJ2 bizjet VH-ZIY arrived into Hamilton Island Airport from the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast before then departing back to the Sunny Coast.

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While Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-SIY visited Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport from its Sunshine Coast base.

It also appears that Graham Aviation (Cairns) Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet VH-FNI also called into Proserpine Airport while flying from Brisbane up to Cairns.

Meanwhile, also noted visiting Hamilton Island Airport, also on Tuesday 29 June was Sunshine Air Services (of Victoria) Bombardier CL-600-2B16 Challenger 604 bizjet VH-VLZ which arrived from its Melbourne (Essendon) base.  It seems to have stayed for at least the night.

UPDATE!  On Sunday 4 July, VH-VLZ departed Hamo and returned to Essendon.

Clive Palmer's Mineralogy Company's registered Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express XRS bizjet VH-UPH looked to arrive into Hamilton Island Airport from Brisbane.

UPDATE!  On Wednesday 30 June, VH-UPH departed Hamilton Island Airport for Cairns.

And Linfox Express Charter / Air National Australia Canadair CL-600-2B16 Challenger 605 VH-LEF departed Hamilton Island Airport back to Melbourne (Essendon) after arriving from there the previous day.

Finally, also on Tuesday 29 June, recently American registered Pilatus PC-12/47E N81DW visited Emerald Airport from the Sunshine Coast.  It then returned to Emerald Airport and looked to be staying for at least the night.

And the familiar sight of Vanderfield Pilatus PC-12/47 VH-WPH flew up from Toowoomba and Archerfield to land at Biloela / Thangool Airport before it then departed back to Toowoomba.

And Awesome Aviation (of Perth in Western Australia) Beech 1900D VH-JYA visited Rockhampton Airport from Cairns - where it now appears to be based.

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