Monday, March 13, 2023

Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 Bizjet VH-SIY Calls into Hamilton Island Airport - Plus More!

On Monday 13 March, Machjet (Machjet International) Cessna 525 Citation CJ1 bizjet VH-SIY arrived into Hamilton Island Airport from the Sunshine Coast.

UPDATE! On Wednesdays 15 March VH-SIY departed Hamilton Island Airport and returned to the Sunny Coast.

While Homada Pty Ltd Cessna 560XL Citation XLS bizjet VH-XCU was also noted visiting Hamilton Island Airport.  It arrived from Melbourne (Moorabbin) and later returned there via Melbourne (Essendon).

And NSW-based CJ Aerospace Raytheon B200 King Air VH-EEL also visited Hamilton Island Airport but from Bankstown.

Meanwhile, also on Monday 13 March, Aircraft Australia Cessna 310R VH-JQK flew up to Bundaberg Airport from Redcliffe via Toowoomba-Wellcamp.  It later returned to Redcliffe.

Victoria based Cirrus SR22 VH-SRY flew up to the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour from Lightening Ridge.  It had flown up to there from Tyabb the previous day.

UPDATE!  On Friday 17 March, VH-SRY departed the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour and flew to Wagga Wagga and then Tyabb.

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.  It then flew up to Rockhampton Airport from Archerfield and later departed there to Labona.  It then returned to Rockhampton Airport.

Seair Pacific / Istlecote Textron Aviation (Cessna) 208B Caravan VH-TQI arrived into Rockhampton Airport from Lady Eliott and later also departed to Labona.  It too then returned to Rockhampton Airport.

Brisbane-based Avcair Cessna 425 Conquest 1 VH-BSM landed at Emerald from Archerfield then departed to Palm Island.

And SOCATA TBM700 VH-VSV departed Archerfield and landed at the Aero Professional Services Airstrip near Emerald.  VH-VSV has only just been re-registered to the aerial ag operator and was presumably completing its delivery flight.

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