Thursday, October 7, 2021

Brisbane-based Australian Agricultural Company Pilatus PC-12/47E VH-AAC Pops into Emerald Airport - Plus More!

On Thursday 7 October, Brisbane-based Australian Agricultural Company Pilatus PC-12/47E VH-AAC was noted visiting Emerald Airport.

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VH-AAC looked to fly up from Dalby to Emerald Airport before then returning there and continuing to Toowoomba.

Another familiar Pilatus  PC-12/47 VH-WPH of Vanderfield flew up from Toowoomba to Dalgonally before it then also popped into Emerald Airport.

UPDATE!  On Friday 8 October, VH-WPH departed Emerald Airport and returned to Toowoomba.

Meanwhile, also on Thursday 7 October, FKG Air (Redjet Aviation) Hawker Beechcraft B200GT VH-FKB was noted flying into the Samuel Hill Airstrip again direct from Toowoomba.  It then flew down to Archerfield before returning to Toowoomba,

While Brescon (Toowoomba) Beech B200 VH-WXN visited the Labona Station Airstrip within Adani Australia's (Bravus Mining & Resources) Carmichael Coal Mine site from Toowoomba-Wellcamp Airport completing its weekly visit.

Finally, also on Thursday 7 October, East Coast Traffic Controllers' Cirrus SR22 VH-YJX flew down from Townsville to Rockhampton Airport before flying out to my local Clermont Aerodrome where it stayed for a short while.  VH-YJX then departed to the Sunshine Coast where it appears to be based.

VH-YJX looks to have flown North via Rockhampton and Mackay Airports on Tuesday 5 October and Wednesday 6 October.

Photo taken by Brodie Lawson  ©

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