Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Looking at Some Other Recent Light General Aviation (GA) Movements at Gladstone Airport

A number of other light General Aviation (GA) aircraft have been photographed at Gladstone Airport over the last few days.  Here is a nice selection from local plane spotters Jamie and Tash.

Surat-based Cessna 182 VH-DII called in on Sunday 22 March.

Rockhampton-based Diamond DA 20-A1 Katana VH-CMF was spotted at Gladstone on Monday 23 March.  It performed a couple of missed approaches before touching down and dropping off a passenger.

Monto-based Beech 36 Bonanza VH-BBD was spotted departing to Agnes Water on Tuesday 24 March.

On Wednesday 25 March, locally-based Nixon Communication Cessna 210 VH-NCG was spotted departing to Archerfield.  It returned later in the day.

Cessna 182 VH-KDZ was spotted departing home to Tully on Friday 27 March.

While, also on Friday 27 March, Maroochy Air flew into Gladstone Airport from Hervey Bay and back.

And the Royal Queensland Aero Club Cessna 172 VH-DNV touched down at Gladstone late on Friday and departed early on Saturday 28 March.

And finally on Sunday 29 March, Mackay-based Cessna 182 VH-FUJ departed home to the Palmyra Airstrip after calling in from there earlier in the week.

A great collection of lighties to call into Gladstone Airport over the last week or so, and we sincerely thank Jamie and Tash for capturing these great photos and for taking the time to send them through!

All photos taken by Jamie and Tash  ©

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