Wednesday, July 6, 2022

A Pair of RAAF Alenia C-27J Spartan Transport Aircraft Complete Airwork at Bundaberg Airport - A34-007 "Wallaby 15" & A34-002 "Wallaby 20"

Over the course of Wednesday 6 July, a pair of Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Alenia C-27J Spartan transport aircraft were noted completing airwork around Central Queensland including at Bundaberg Airport.

C-27J A34-007 as "Wallaby 15" flew out from RAAF Base Amberley and flew up the Queensland coast at low level - including along the East side of Fraser Island - before then flying Bundaberg Airport to complete some circuit work.  It then returned to Amberley.

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Around the same time, fellow C-27J A34-002 as "Wallaby 20" also flew out of Amberley but at flight levels up to a position South-East of Gladstone.  It then turned around and descended into Bundaberg Airport where it too completed some circuit work before then returning back to Amberley.

Also, at the same time, C-27J A34-005 as "Wallaby 07" flew through the region on return to Amberley from a sortie up to Horn Island.

Finally, also on Wednesday 6 July, RAAF Beech B350 Super King Air A32-021 as "Torch 32" landed at Longreach Airport from RAAF Base East Sale before then departing to Cairns.

Photo taken by Scott Harris  ©

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