After taking on fuel, it was heard to fly to Oakey at low level. The Blackhawk was heard to be using the radio callsign of "Ausy1102".
Meanwhile, also on Friday 9 November, there was another visit into Rockhampton Airport by a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Beech B350 Super King Air. It was identified as A32-372 and was heard to be using the radio callsign of "Torch 22".
It appeared to arrive into Rockhampton Airport from Cairns, via a missed approach at Mackay Airport. After a couple of hours on the ground, A32-372 departed originally to Oakey, flying South via the Queensland coast. When near Bundaberg, it changed to complete low-level airwork in the area before completing more airwork off Hervey Bay. It then landed at the Sunshine Coast.
Of interest, as reported below, A32-372 had flown North to Townsville from RAAF Base East Sale via Roma Airport as "Hudson 32" on Wednesday 7 November.
Photo taken by Daniel Bishop ©