Friday, November 5, 2021

Execujet Australia Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express XRS Bizjet VH-VSK Calls into Hamilton Island Airport - Plus More!

On Friday 5 November, Execujet Australia Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express XRS bizjet VH-VSK was noted calling into Hamilton Island Airport.

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The sleek Global Express bizjet looked to fly up from and then depart back to Sydney.

Of interest, VH-VSK has operated within Australia for some time as N887GX and N888GX.

UPDATE!  VH-VSK also flew back to Hamilton Island Airport on Saturday 6 November, again arriving from and later departing back to Sydney.

Meanwhile, also on Friday 5 November, re-registered AAA Aircraft / Flight Options (Australia) Cessna 550 Citation Bravo bizjet VH-CCJ was noted arriving into Rockhampton Airport Airport from the Sunshine Coast.

UPDATE!  On Sunday 7 November, VH-CCJ departed Rockhampton Airport and returned to the Sunshine Coast.

While Avcair Embraer 500 Phenom 100EV bizjet VH-NJR was noted visiting Bundaberg Airport from its Brisbane base.

And Brisbane-based Adome P/L Cessna 525 CitationJet M2 bizjet VH-YWS was noted visiting Maryborough Airport once again.  It looked to arrive from its Archerfield base.

This is the second week in-a-row that VH-YWS has called into Maryborough Airport.

UPDATE!  After staying for the night, on Saturday 6 November, VH-YWS departed Maryborough Airport and returned to the Archerfield.

Finally, also on Friday 5 November, Ipswich-based Airborne P/L (Palm Lake Works) Pilatus PC-12/47E VH-PLE also visited Hamilton Island Airport, arriving from and later departing back to the Gold Coast.

Aircair Aviation (Aircair Helicopters) Cessna 340A VH-MPQ was noted arriving into Charleville and then Longreach Airports after flying up from Moree/Beela.  It then departed back direct to Moree/Beela.

Jetstream Electrical (Darwin) Piper PA-30-160 Twin Comanche VH-NEE flew back into the region, arriving departing Windorah for Glentana Station near Springsure before then flying to the Goonoo Feedlot near Emerald/Comet.  VH-NEE then flew down to Surat Aerodrome.  

Of interest, VH-NEE was heard to be using the radio callsign of "Sparky 424".

UPDATE!  On Saturday 6 November, VH-NEE "Sparky 424" departed Surat Aerodrome for Dalby Aerodrome.

UPDATE!  On Sunday 7 November, VH-NEE "Sparky 424" departed Dalby for Mount Isa and then back to its Darwin home in the Northern Territory.

And Colville Aviation Services (Torres Strait Air) Britten-Norman BN-2B-20 Islander VH-BNG called into Emerald Airport from Watts Bridge at the conclusion of planned maintenance.  It then departed to Mareeba.

Photo taken by Lloyd Fox  ©

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