But as one lovely bizjet departed, another arrived in the form of French-operated Dassault Falcon 900EX F-HDLJ, which touched down at Hamilton Island late on Saturday 6 April.
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After overnighting, F-HDLJ also departed to Sydney.
As well as these lovely overseas bizjets, Hamo played host to several locally-based aircraft as well over the last few days.
On Saturday 6 April, Sunshine Air Services Raytheon Hawker 800XP VH-VRC departed Hamilton Island for Brisbane. Later in the day, it returned to Hamo, and eventually departed to Melbourne (Essendon).
Shortstop Jet Charter British Aerospace BAe-125-1000B VH-LMP also flew into Hamilton Island from Essendon on Saturday 6 April. It departed back to Essendon later in the as well. It also operated a similar return flight on Thursday 4 April.
Balmoral Air Dassault Falcon 2000EX VH-WIO made yet another trip into Hamilton Island from Bankstown on Saturday 6 April. After overnighting, it departed back to Bankstown on Sunday 7 April.
Brenzil Dassault Falcon 2000EX VH-CRW also arrived into Hamilton Island on Saturday 6 April, touching down from Brisbane. It was scheduled to return to Brisbane on Tuesday 9 April.
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Lastly, there have also been a couple of noteworthy corporate turbo-prop aircraft to pop into Hamilton Island over the last few days. HSE Contracting Raytheon B300 Super King Air VH-KJD visited Hamo from Brisbane on Tuesday 2 April, while on Friday 5 April, Cessna 441 VH-OPM, touched down from its Warrnambool base.
Certainly a busy few days on Hamo!