Saturday, March 31, 2012

More Bizjets Invade Central Queensland Airports on Thursday and Friday

During the latter part of this week, Singapore Flying College Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet aircraft have resumed flying into Rockhampton Airport. Aircraft that were noted both landing and overflying the airport have included VH-SQJ, VH-VSQ, and VH-SQJ. These aircraft fly using the "Raffles" callsign, and usual fly from and back to the Sunshine Coast.

On Thursday 29 March, a couple of Australian-based bizjets popped into both Longreach and Hamilton Island Airports.

Bond Air Charter's Cessna 525A Citation CJ2 VH-MOR flew Sunshine Coast to Longreach to Sunshine Coast. Business Aviation Solution's Raytheon/Beech 400A flew into Hamilton Island from Ayres Rock.

Lastly, on Friday 30 March, a nice pair of Canadian bizjets spent the day at Gladstone Airport.

Canadian Utilities Limited Cessna 750 Citation X C-GCUL and Sunland Aviation Dassault Falcon 900EX C-GOAG, both arrived from and departed back to Brisbane, flying almost together on both legs of their journeys. They have since flown to Perth.

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