Friday, February 22, 2013

A Few Familiar Bizjet Visitors to Central Queensland Airports This Week

Making yet another visit into Central Queensland this week was Air Hawke's Bay (New Zealand) Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet ZK-LCA which touched down at Gladstone Airport on Wednesday 20 February.  It arrived from Archerfield early in the morning and soon after departed to Townsville.  Later in the day it returned to Gladstone from Townsville, and departed back to Archerfield.

As we posted previously, MJets Thailand Gulfstream G-V bizjet HS-WEH visited Gladstone Airport on Sunday 17 February.  HS-WEH arrived from Brisbane and later departed to the Gold Coast (where it is pictured below).

Up the road at Rockhampton Airport, another Cessna 510 Citation Mustang in the form of Singapore Flying College training aircraft VH-VSQ was photographed by Rockhampton plane spotter 'IAD' arriving from the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday 20 February.  After a quick turnaround, VH-VSQ departed to Mackay, before later returning to Rockhampton and then the Sunshine Coast.  VH-VSQ was noted using the callsign "Raffles 84".

Meanwhile, up at Mackay Airport, Raytheon 390 Premier I N7088S touched down once again from Brisbane on Tuesday 19 February.  However this time, it didn't stay long and departed back to Brisbane shortly after.

On Wednesday 20 February, new Ramsay AirCharter Dassault Falcon 2000EX VH-RAM arrived at Mackay Airport from Sydney.  Information suggests that it is to depart Mackay for Sydney on Friday 22 February.

Adelaide-owned but reportedly Toowoomba-based Light Jets Australia Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-TFW popped into Emerald Airport on Thursday 21 February from Archerfield.  After spending a good part of the day on the ground, VH-TFW later returned to Archerfield and then the Sunshine Coast.

And lastly, as we posted below, the Queensland Government (State of Queensland) Raytheon Hawker 850XP bizjet VH-SGY popped into Moranbah Airport on Thursday 21 February carrying the Deputy Premier Seeney to officially open the Moranbah Airport redevelopment.

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