On Wednesday 1 June, Deputy Prime Minister and Federal National Party leader Barnaby Joyce was spotted arriving into Bundaberg Airport on board Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Beech B350 Super King Air A32-651.
Local plane spotter Micah S was on hand captured a couple of great photos as the Super King Air was parked and awaited its next flight. It arrived from Lismore as "Envoy 46".
I personally like the additional 'Dingo Airlines' titles that the Super King Air wears in recognition of its service with the RAAF's No. 38 Squadron based at Townsville.
Eventually, A32-651 departed Bundy for Gympie where it appeared to be staying for the night.
Another King Air visiting Bundaberg Airport on Wednesday 1 June was Great Western Aviation (Brisbane) Beech B200 King Air VH-XGV. It arrived from Brisbane.
Later, VH-XGV also departed to Gympie so I assume was related to the visit of Mr Joyce(?).
Micah also sends through a couple of photos of a couple of other light General Aviation (GA) visitors to Bundaberg Airport on Wednesday 1 June including Mackay-based Cessna TR182 VH-LXW and Air Queensland (Redcliffe) Tecnam P2008 24-8398.
Finally, on Tuesday 31 May, it's worth noting that General Aviation Maintenance (GAM) Dornier DO 228-202 VH-VJD operated the weekday freight run to the Fraser Coast flying flew from Brisbane to Gayndah via Maryborough and Bundaberg and then back later that evening.
And Victoria-based Interair / Photomapping Services Cessna 404 VH-TTZ - which has been operating several aerial survey flights over the region of late - departed Bundaberg Airport for Cairns also on Tuesday 31 May.
Sincere thanks to Micah for taking the time to capture and send through these great photos!
All photos taken by Micah S ©
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