Saturday, March 26, 2022

Recently Delivered Air Link (Dubbo) Textron Aviation (Cessna) 510 Citation Mustang Bizjet VH-SQV Pops into CQ Airports - Plus More!

On Saturday 26 March, recently delivered Metro Holdings Australia (Air Link - Dubbo) Textron Aviation (Cessna) 510 Citation Mustang bizjet VH-SQV was noted and spotted visiting a couple of Central Queensland Airports.  It looked to fly up from Melbourne (Essendon) to Roma Airport before being spotted at the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour.

At the time of writing, it appears that VH-SQV is staying at Shute Harbour for at least the night.

UPDATE!  On Monday 28 March, VH-SQV departed the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour and returned down to Roma Airport before continuing to Mildura in Victoria and then its Bankstown base.

Of interest, VH-SQV arrived into Australia at Bankstown in early February after a week-long delivery flight from Canada.

Out on Hamilton Island, also on Saturday 26 March, Poolhurst Aviation Air Charter Services Pilatus PC-24 jet VH-VTF was noted flying into Hamilton Island Airport from Archerfield and the Gold Coast.  It later returned direct to Archerfield.

Meanwhile down the road at Mackay Airport, also on Saturday 26 March, Mitchell Water Cessna 525 Citation M2 bizjet VH-WMY looked to visit.  It flew up from Melbourne (Moorabbin) via Melbourne (Essendon), Yarrawonga and Roma Airports.  It then returned to Yarrawonga and Essendon.

It also seems that VH-WMY visited Roma Airport on Thursday 24 March.

While also visiting Mackay Airport was Sydney-based JJ Air Textron (Cessna) 208 Amphibious Caravan VH-JLK.  It looked to fly down from Cairns and then later depart to the Sunshine Coast and Bankstown.

It seems that VH-JLK flew North from Bankstown to Cairns late last week - it was spotted above parked on the General Aviation (GA) Apron at Cairns.

And Skydive the Beach Group (New South Wales) Cessna 208 Caravan VH-DZQ passed through Rockhampton Airport while flying up from Lake Macquarie and the Ballina / Byron Bay Gateway Airports to Tully where it is assumed it will commence skydiving operations.

Finally, also on Saturday 26 March, Machjet (Machjet International) Hawker Beechcraft B200 King Air VH-ZSY was noted visiting Moranbah Airport from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

Photos taken by Lee Holloway and Jonathan Williams  ©️

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