Wednesday, August 26, 2015

PAC 750XL ZK-KNQ Passes Through Longreach Airport on Delivery to Beijing General Aviation Company (BGAC)

On Tuesday 25 August, Pacific Aerospace PAC 750XL ZK-KNQ was noted departing Longreach Airport for Darwin.  I presume that it had arrived the previous day from the Gold Coast and Toowoomba.

Brisbane-based plane spotter Brendan B was lucky enough to be at Darwin Airport on Tuesday as the ZK-KNQ arrived from Longreach.  It was noted wearing the titles and colours of Beijing General Aviation Company of China and is presumably on a delivery flight from New Zealand.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday 26 August, Corporate Air / Vee H Aviation SAAB 340B VH-VEF was noted departing Longreach Airport.  It looked to be operating a closed charter flight, presumably for 'Bill Peach Journeys'.  Corporate Air SAABs have been noted operating these flights on previous occassions.

Finally, Toowoomba-based Beech B200 King Air VH-NME operated what looks to be the 'weekly' flight from Brisbane-West Wellcamp Airport to Longreach and on to Cloncurry.  It called in on Monday 24 August.

A massive thanks to Brendan yet again for his continued support of the CQ Plane Spotting Blog and sending through these awesome photos from Hervey Bay and Bundaberg.

Brendan has his own plane spotting and travel Blog - named BMB Photography - you can check out more of his photos and much more at:

All photos taken by Brendan Berry  ©

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