Friday, March 22, 2019

AirMed Australia Cessna 510 Citation Mustang Bizjet VH-NEQ Pops into Longreach Airport - Plus More!

On Friday 22 March, AirMed Australia Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet VH-NEQ was noted arriving into Longreach Airport from Bankstown via Bathurst in New South Wales.

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After taking on fuel, it departed Longreach Airport for Lizard Island before ending the day at Cairns.

Also noted visiting Longreach Airport also on Friday 22 March were a pair of Soar Aviation (Melbourne) BRM Aero Bristell NG-5 ultralight aircraft VH-YVN and VH-YWN.  They both looked to depart their Melbourne (Moorabbin) base on Wednesday 20 March and have called into Wagga Wagga, Lismore and Bathurst in New South Wales before arriving into Longreach Airport from Roma Airport.

UPDATE!  On Sunday 24 March, both VH-YVN and VH-YWN departed Longreach Airport for Roma Airport and Moree and Bathurst in New South Wales.  I presume they are on their way home.

While Brisbane-based Pilatus PC-12/47E VH-AAD also visited Longreach Airport also on Friday 22 March, arriving from and later departing to its Archerfield base via Taroom.  And Brisbane-based Beech 58 Baron VH-NPT arrived from and later departed back to Mount Isa.

Meanwhile, over at Rockhampton Airport, as this post is being written late on Friday 22 March, Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-SIY arrived from its Sunshine Coast base.  It departed to Brisbane before returning to the Sunny Coast.

I have been told that it may have been operating a medical evacuation flight.

Earlier on Friday 22 March, the familiar sight of the Queensland Police Service (Airwing) (State of Queensland) Cessna 560 Citation Ultra bizjet VH-PSU was back in CQ once again with it calling into both Rockhampton and Mackay Airports during a busy day of flying.

Also at Rockhampton Airport, also on Friday 22 March, locally-based R-Mach Aviation Cessna 337G VH-JOE arrived back home after spending time recently operating at Port Lincoln in South Australia.  It arrived from there via Charleville Airport.

R-Mach Aviation's Lancair 4 VH-XVP also flew back into Rockhampton Airport also on Friday 22 March, flying direct from Adelaide - a three-and-a-half hour flight.  It had departed to Port Lincoln the previous day.

Finally, Corporate Air  / Vee H Aviation Metro 23 VH-VET was noted flying into Cloncurry Airport from Brisbane early on Friday 22 March.  It then flew across from Cloncurry Airport to Rockhampton Airport before returning to Brisbane.  It flew the opposite way - Brisbane to Rocky to Cloncurry then back around 11 days earlier - see Blog post below.

UPDATE!  On Monday 25 March, fellow Corporate Air / Vee H Aviation Metro 23 VH-VEK was noted flying from Brisbane to Rockhampton Airport and onward to Cloncurry Airport before later returning to Brisbane.

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