Wednesday, July 6, 2022

American Registered Gulfstream Aerospace G-V Bizjet N881HS Pops into Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport - Plus More!

On Wednesday 6 July, Singapore-based American-registered Gulfstream Aerospace G-V bizjet N881HS was noted arriving into Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport.  It looked to arrive from Cairns, where it had earlier touched down from Singapore (Seletar) Airport.

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N881HS then departed to Sydney.

UPDATE!  On Friday 8 July, N881HS passed back through Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport, arriving back from Sydney and then departing to Cairns.

Meanwhile, also on Wednesday 6 July, MacKellar Mining Equipment Pty Ltd (Revesco Aviation) Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign bizjet VH-MMC was noted visiting Middlemount Aerodrome from the Sunshine Coast.

While McDermott Aviation Group / Machjet International Cessna 525A CitationJet CJ2 bizjet VH-SUY flew out of the Sunshine Coast for Brisbane before it then flew up to Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airport and then out to Barcaldine Airport where it appears to be staying for the night.

UPDATE!  On Thursday 7 July, VH-SUY departed Barcaldine Airport and returned to Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airport and then Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

And fellow Machjet (Machjet International) Hawker Beechcraft B200 King Air VH-ZSY looked to fly out of Mackay Airport and land at Emerald Airport before then looking to complete airwork around Tambo before landing back at the Sunshine Coast.

It appears that VH-ZSY followed a similar path the previous day to land at Emerald and then Mackay Airports.

Finally, also on Wednesday 6 July, Link Airways (Corporate Air / Vee H Aviation) Metro 23 VH-VEK flew out from Brisbane to call into Longreach and Boulia Airports before then heading back to Brisbane.

And Microflite Helicopters (of Moorabbin, Victoria) Eurocopter AS.350B3 Squirrel VH-ZHS looked to call into a couple of CQ Airports while flying up to Townsville.  It appears to be going to operate at Townsville at this weekend's V8 Super Car Racing Round where it was used to capture images using a nose-mounted camera.

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