Thursday, March 18, 2021

AAA Aircraft / Flight Options Australia Cessna 650 Citation VII Bizjet VH-ING Spotted at Rockhampton Airport - Plus More!

On Thursday 18 March, AAA Aircraft / Flight Options (Australia) Cessna 650 Citation VII bizjet VH-ING was noted departing Rockhampton Airport.  It flew down to Wollongong before completing the short hop up to Sydney.

It had arrived from Sydney via Wollongong on Tuesday 16 March and was spotted above on Wednesday 17 March parked on the 'bizjet apron' at the General Aviation (GA) Area at Rockhampton Airport.

Also departing Rockhampton Airport on Thursday 18 March was Albury (New South Wales) based Cessna 525 CitationJet CJ1+ bizjet VH-JSZ.  It looked to depart to Archerfield after arriving into Rocky late on Wednesday 17 March from Charters Towers Aerodrome.

Meanwhile, the familiar sight of American-registered Eclipse EA500 bizjet N257AK was noted departing the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour for Archerfield.  It had arrived on Sunday 14 March.

Finally, also on Thursday 18 March, various light General Avation (GA) visitors around the region included Redjet Aviation Piper PA-31 Navajo VH-PJU, which visited my local Clermont Aerodrome once again from its Toowoomba base.

Brisbane-based Altitude Aviation Raytheon B200 King Air VH-EEL departed Middlemount Aerodrome for the Labona Station Airstrip within Adani Australia's (Bravus Mining & Resources) Carmichael Coal Mine site.  It then flew to Biloela / Thangool Airport and then the Sunshine Coast and Archerfield.  VH-EEL had arrived the previous day - see Blog Post below!

While Brescon (Toowoomba) Beech B200 VH-WXN departed Emerald Airport for Toowoomba-Wellcamp Airport.  It too had arrived the previous day - see Blog post below!

And it appears that Hinterland Aviation Cessna 208 Caravan VH-MRZ as "Hinterland 210" flying from Townsivlle to Labona, was forced to divert to my local Clermont Aerodrome due to inclement weather.  It had departed and landed at Labona before then heading back to Townsville.

Photo taken by Steve Vit  ©

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