Thursday, December 23, 2021

Little Aviation (Victoria) Gulfstream G-VI (G650ER) VH-LAL Arrives into Hamilton Island Airport - Plus More!

On Thursday 23 December, Little Aviation (Victoria) Gulfstream G-VI (G650ER) VH-LAL was noted arriving into Hamilton Island Airport from its Melbourne (Tullamarine) base via Sydney.

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At the time of writing, it appears to be staying on Hamo for at least the night.

UPDATE!  On Monday 27 December, VH-LAL departed Hamilton Island Airport and returned to Sydney and then Tullamarine.

While also visiting Hamilton Island Airport, also on Thursday 23 December, was Jampair P/L (Navair Flight Operations) Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300E bizjet VH-NSQ which arrived from and then later departed back to Sydney. 

Meanwhile, also on Thursday 23 December, AirMed Australia Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet VH-SQY arrived into Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airport from Coffs Harbour before later departing to Bankstown on what appeared to be a very busy day of flying!

While Link Airways / Vee H Aviation Cessna 441 VH-VEJ flew up from Brisbane to near Collinsville then to Clermont Aerodrome. It then departed to Rolleston Aerodrome and Brisbane. 

UPDATE!  On Friday 24 December, VH-VEJ landed at Oakey Creek from Brisbane then departed back to there. 

And Hardy Aviation (N.T.) Cessna 441 Conquest II VH-JVY landed at Longreach Airport from Darwin before continuing to the Gold Coast and Redcliffe where it appears to be receiving some planned maintenance.

Finally, also on Thursday 23 December, Cessna 208 Caravan VH-OAI which is owned by the Skydive the Beach Group in New South Wales, flew up to the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour from the Shellharbour Airport at Wollongong and Moree.

UPDATE!  On Friday 24 December, VH-OAI started flying parachuting sorties from the Whitsunday Airport for the locally-based Skydive Airlie Beach.

UPDATE!  Also on Friday 24 December, fellow Skydive the Beach Group  Cessna 208 Caravan VH-DZQ, which has been operating at the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour on parachuting flights, departed there for Moree and Shellharbour.

Photo taken by Tony Haynes  ©

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