Friday, March 7, 2014

Rockhampton's R-Mach Aviation's American Registered Lancair 4 N43D Spotted at Gladstone Airport

A Central Queensland-based aircraft that hasn't been seen in a while took flight again last week with Rockhampton's R-Mach Aviation's American Registered Lancair 4 N43D photographed at Gladstone Airport on Wednesday 5 March by local plane spotters Jamie and Tash.

The Lancair made the short flight from Rocky - 17 minutes - landing late morning in the industrial city.  After a couple of hours on the ground, N43D departed Gladstone, returning directly to Rockhampton with a flight time of some 16 minutes. 

Flying between these Central Queensland cities is certainly a great way to go considering that driving along the Bruce Highway can now take nearly two hours given all the roadworks that are currently underway!

Thanks to Jamie and Tash for sending through their great photos of this great little CQ-based aircraft!

Photos taken by Jamie and Tash  ©

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