Fellow Navair Flight Operations Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100 bizjet VH-LXZ as "Navair 169" visited Emerald Airport from Bankstown and Maitland.
While Machjet (Machjet International) Canadair CL-600-2B16 Challenger 604 bizjet N685SC visited Hamilton Island Airport from the Sunshine Coast.
The locally-based Embraer EMB-550 Legacy 500 bizjet N142GZ returned to its Mackay Airport base from the Gold Coast after flying down there last weekend.
Avcair (Avgunn) LearJet 60 bizjet VH-ILJ visited Rockhampton Airport from Brisbane.
And AirMed Australia (Metro Holdings) (New South Wales) Cessna 510 Citation Mustang bizjet VH-SQY as "Airmed 923" visited Bundaberg Airport from Archerfield.
Meanwhile, also on Thursday 19 January, Textron (Cessna) 182T VH-ZCE visited Agnes Water Airstrip from its Archerfield base.
Private Cessna 177 VH-DZR visited Rockhampton Airport from its Toowoomba base.
ZephAir Australia - Aircraft Charters Piper PA-31 Navajo VH-AYT visited Hamilton Island Airport once again from its Townsville base. It did the same flight yesterday too!
Austrek Aviation Beech B200 Super King Air VH-ZGD flew into Bundaberg Airport from Toowoomba and the Gold Coast. It also made a trip to Injune Aerodrome and back to Toowoomba earlier in the day.
UPDATE! On Friday 20 January, VH-ZGD departed Bundaberg Airport returned to Toowoomba.
While Brisbane-based Crockett Aviation Group Beech B200 King Air VH-FAQ visited the Labona Station Airstrip within Adani Australia's (Bravus Mining & Resources) Carmichael Coal Mine site from Archerfield and the Sunshine Coast.
And it appears that Hinterland Aviation Cessna 208 Caravans VH-ETF and VH-HLL were swapped over at Labona with VH-ETF departing Rockhampton Airport as HND320 to Labona and then heading to Townsville as HND221; while VH-HLL flew to Labona from Townsville as HND220 before then heading to Rockhampton Airport HND321.
Fellow Hinterland Aviation Cessna 208 Caravan VH-JES finally departed Labona back to Rockhampton Airport as HND760 after flying there early yesterday and then appearing to break-down.
Photo taken by Paul Tyler ©