Early on Tuesday 30 March, Bayswater Road Aerial Surveys / Aero Logistics Survey Government Aircraft Factories (GAF) N-22C Nomad VH-ATO was noted departing Emerald Airport for the Gold Coast.
|VH-ATO at the Gold Coast recently (File photo)|
The 1979-built survey aircraft - which also happens to be the only airworthy Nomad left flying in Australia - looked to arrive into the region late last week.
Meanwhile, also on Tuesday 30 March, Pilatus PC-12/45 VH-PID was noted arriving into Rockhampton Airport from its Toowoomba base.
While Sunshine Coast-based Piper PA-28RT-201T Cherokee VH-NWX arrived into Rockhampton Airport from Caloundra before it then departed to Tambo and Roma Airports.
And North Queensland-based Cessna T210N VH-PDP departed Chinchilla Aerodrome for Mareeba. It had flown South to Orange in New South Wales via Rockhampton Airport over the latter part of last week.
Finally, also on Tuesday 30 March, Great Western Aviation Beech B200 VH-XGV flew up from Archerfield and Brisbane to Emerald Airport before returning to Brisbane.
Photo taken by Tony Coles ©