Saturday, December 17, 2022

MT Air Charters / Pilatus Australia Pilatus PC-24 Bizjet VH-PIL Calls into Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport - Plus More!

On Saturday 17 December, MT Air Charters / Pilatus Australia Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet VH-PIL was noted visiting Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport.

It looked to fly across from Darwin (where it is pictured arriving the previous day from overseas) and later departed to the Gold Coast, Maitland and Adelaide.

While Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna 525A Citation CJ2 bizjet VH-ZIY flew down from Cairns to make a short stop at Bundaberg Airport before continuing to the Sunshine Coast.

And overnight on Friday 16 December, recently delivered McDermott Aviation Group / Machjet International Beech B200 King Air VH-ZPY departed the Sunshine Coast for Melbourne (Essendon) before then flying all the way up to Gladstone Airport (pictured).

It then returned to the Sunny Coast.

Meanwhile, also on Saturday 17 December, Clermont-based (but Mackay-registered) Mooney M20J VH-NWF was photographed shortly before departing Rockhampton Airport for Clermont Aerodrome.

As mentioned below, it had originally left Clermont Aerodrome last week and arrived into Rockhampton Airport from Archerfield and Caboolture at the start of this week.

Recently registered (to 'Red Rock' near Comet) Cessna 208B Grand Caravan VH-RTC also departed Rockhampton Airport but for Toowoomba.  As mentioned below, it had arrived into Rocky last weekend.

Brisbane-based Hewitt Cattle Australia P/L SOCATA TBM 700 VH-PGA flew from Archerfield to land at Emerald Airport.  It is due to return to Archerfield and then continue to Toowoomba on Sunday 18 December.

Victoria-based Cessna 421C Golden Eagle VH-PFP departed Charleville Airport for its Melbourne (Moorabbin) base.  It looked to arrive around a fortnight ago.
And Aerometrex Vulcanair (Partenavia) VH-EPX flew from Mackay Airport to Emerald Airport and then Rockhampton Airport.  It has been flying between Gladstone Airport, Mackay Airport and Emerald Airport much of this last week on aerial survey flights.

Photos taken by Mary Marshall and Paul Tyler  ©

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