Monday, May 23, 2022

Avcair Embraer 500 Phenom 100EV Bizjet VH-NJR Calls into Maryborough Airport Again - Plus More!

On Monday 23 May, Avcair Embraer 500 Phenom 100EV bizjet VH-NJR was noted visiting Maryborough Airport once again.

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Interestingly, flight tracking apps suggest that it started the day still at Charters Towers Aerodrome, with it flying down from there to Brisbane.  VH-NJR then visited Maryborough Airport before returning to the capital.

VH-NJR looked to fly up to Charters Towers Aerodrome from Brisbane via Rockhampton Airport on Friday 20 May.

And up the road at Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airport, also on Monday 23 May, Air Gold Coast Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-CDG was noted visiting from its Gold Coast base.

Meanwhile, also on Monday 23 May, Seair Pacific / Istlecote Textron Aviation (Cessna) 208B Caravan VH-TQI was noted flying across from Longreach Airport to Rockhampton Airport.  It then departed to Lady Elliot Island.  

VH-TQI looks to have departed the Gold Coast three days prior and called into Birdsville and Charleville Airports while on a closed charter flight.

While the Queensland Police Service (Airwing) (State of Queensland) Raytheon B1900D VH-PSK flew down from Cairns and Townsville to Brisbane before arriving into Rockhampton Airport.  It then returned to Townsville and Cairns.

And Wagga Air Centre (Mabena) SOCATA TBM-850 VH-PVM flew up from Wagga Wagga, Canberra and Toowoomba to Mackay Airport where it appears to be staying for at least the night.

UPDATE!  On Tuesday 24 May, VH-PVM flew down from Mackay Airport to Kaiuroo Station on the Mackenzie River, 220 kilometres west of Rockhampton. In the afternoon, it then departed there to Emerald Airport and then Toowoomba.

Finally, also on Monday 23 May, Pionair Australia British Aerospace BAe-146-200 VH-SYO departed Hamilton Island Airport for Brisbane as 'SFZ612' / "Skyforce 612".  It then flew to Bankstown as 'SFZ9009' / "Skyforce 9009".

As posted above, VH-SYO arrived into Hamo the previous day from Cairns as as 'SFZ611' / "Skyforce 611".

Photo taken by David Geck  ©

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