Thursday, November 2, 2023

Australian Corporate Jet Centres' Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy Bizjet VH-VLT Pops into Moranbah Airport - Plus More!

On Thursday 2 November, Australian Corporate Jet Centres' operated Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy bizjet VH-VLT arrived into Moranbah Airport from Adelaide.  It later departed to Brisbane.

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Edwards Coaches Cessna 650 Citation VII bizjet VH-LYM visited Bundaberg Airport from its Armidale base.

And MacKellar Mining Equipment Pty Ltd (Revesco Aviation) Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign bizjet VH-MMC departed Emerald Airport for the Sunshine Coast. It had arrived from there the previous day.

Meanwhile, also on Thursday 2 November, one aircraft we haven't seen for a little while in the form of American Registered but Australian based Pilatus PC-12/47E N81DW visited my local Clermont Aerodrome from the Sunshine Coast.

Link Airways (Corporate Air / Vee H Aviation) Cessna 441 Conquest VH-VEJ flew up from Newcastle (Williamtown) to Oaky Creek Mine Site before it then hopped to Emerald Airport. 

UPDATE!  On Friday 3 November, VH-VEJ departed Emerald Airport to Oaky Creek and then Newcastle and then to Goulburn. 

Rural Funds Management (A.C.T.) Pilatus PC-12/47E VH-STE departed Rockhampton Airport for Emerald Airport and then another small place - it sounded like Kyroo.  It then returned Rockhampton Airport.  VH-STE had arrived at the start of the week.

UPDATE!  On Friday 3 November, VH-STE departed Rockhampton Airport to Bundaberg Airport and then Toowoomba

Hughes Aviation (Hughes Pastoral Group) (Gympie) Pilatus PC-12//47E NGX VH-8HP flew down from Mackay Airport to Emerald Airport and then Caldervale Station. 

Georgina Pastoral Co (Gympie) Beech 58 Baron VH-MCB arrived into Rockhampton Airport from Mount Isa. 

And Armada Aviation (of Ringwood in Victoria) Pilatus PC-12 VH-NWI flew from the Whitsunday Airport at Shute Harbour to Cairns.  It later flew down from Lizard Island to Charleville Airport and then further South.  It appeared to arrive late last week after flying down from Far North Queensland.

Photo taken by Tony Haynes  ©

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