Metro 23 VH-VET arrived first and then returned to Brisbane. SAAB 340B VH-VEO was next to arrive with it then departing to Mackay Airport and Brisbane. Metro 23 VH-VEU was last to land before it too returned directly to Brisbane.
Of interest, around the same time, also on Monday 10 August, fellow Corporate Air / Vee H Aviation SAAB 340B VH-VEM looked to call into Theodore Airport on a closed Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) charter flight from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. It returned to the Sunny Coast and Brisbane later in the day.
UPDATE! On Tuesday 11 August, it was reported that Fly Corporate (Corporate Air) has changed its name to Link Airways and unveiled its new branding and livery. See more at: https://www.linkairways.com/
Meanwhile, at Rockhampton Airport, also on Monday 10 August, Austrek Aviation Beech B200 King Air VH-WXO made its usual weekly visit, arriving from Toowoomba and Archerfield before later departing direct to Toowoomba.
While after arriving into Rocky last Friday 7 August - see Blog post below - on Monday 10 August, Hinterland Aviation Cessna 208 Caravan VH-ETF completed two runs to the Labona Station Airstrip within Adani Australia's Carmichael Coal Mine site and back to Rockhampton Airport.
Finally, New South Wales based Piper PA-24-250 Comanche VH-TMW arrived into Rockhampton AIrport from Orange and Goondiwindi before it later departed to Moree.
While Gulf Coast Aviation Textron Aviation (Cessna) T206H VH-KQM arrived into Rockhampton Airport on Monday 10 August but from Vanrook Station and Townsville.
Photo taken by 'AC' ©