Wednesday, November 29, 2017

More Adventures for Air Queensland Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Cheiftan VH-XLB!

Over the early part of this week, it appeared that Air Queensland Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-XLB may have completed a series of training flights, which included several landings and airwork at several Central Queensland Airports.  VH-XLB has been noted completing a big 'adventure' like this once before earlier in the year!

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On Monday 27 November, VH-XLB looked to depart its Redcliffe base on a return flight to Bundaberg Airport.

Then on Tuesday 28 November, VH-XLB departed Redcliffe for Gladstone, Mackay and Townsville Airports before finishing the day at Cairns.

After remaining parked overnight at Cairns, on Wednesday 29 November, VH-XLB departed initially towards Hughenden before continuing to Longreach Airport.  From Longreach, VH-XLB then flew to Roma Airport before it then later returned to Redcliffe.

What an adventure!

We've mentioned previously that Air Queensland is a Redcliffe based Flying Training and Air Charter company that operates a variety of RA-Aus and VH- registered single and twin-engine aircraft including (but not limited too) Sling, Tecnam, Jabiru, Cessna and Piper aircraft.  Air Queensland also operates from Caloundra, and more recently, in conjunction with the Bundaberg Aero Club, is now providing flying training (including RA-Aus) and private aircraft hire at Bundaberg Airport.

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