On Monday 1 February, the now familiar sight of Townsville Airlines Beech 1900D VH-RUE was back in Central Queensland, again flying South from Cairns and Townsville and calling into Rockhampton Airport. Sadly, it looked suffer a technical issue and remained parked at Rocky until much later in the day when it returned to Cairns empty.
Fellow Townsville Airlines (Flightech Air Logistics) Beech B200 King Air VH-WZN was summoned from Cairns and also arrived into Rockhampton Airport before departing to Brisbane. It later returned to Rockhampton Airport from Brisbane before returning to Townsville and Cairns.
UPDATE! On Friday 5 February, VH-RUE was back at Rockhampton Airport, arriving from Brisbane and departing to Townsville and Cairns. It had earlier flown South.
Meanwhile, also on Monday 1 February, Beech 95-B55 VH-MYM returned South from Townsville to Rockhampton and Maryborough Airports before then returning to its Gayndah Airport base. It flew North the previous day - see Blog post below.
And Raytheon A36 Bonanza VH-YGM arrived into Rockhampton Airport yet again from its Orange base in New South Wales.
UPDATE! On Thursday 4 February, VH-YGM departed Rockhampton Airport for Tamworth and Orange.
Finally, also on Monday 1 February, Link Airways / Vee H Aviation Cessna 441 VH-VEJ was noted flying up from Brisbane to Rolleston and my local Clermont Aerodromes before then returning to Brisbane.
UPDATE! On Friday 5 February, VH-VEJ was noted back at Clermont Aerodrome, arriving from and later departing back to Brisbane.
Photo taken by Steve Vit ©