On this occasion, VH-VUG operated the VOZ1711/1714 service.
And as this post is being written, fellow Virgin Australia B737-800 VH-YVC is winging its way also to Gladstone Airport operating as VOZ1719 from Brisbane.
VH-YVC doesn't appear to be staying the night though with it 'scheduled' to depart back to Brisbane empty as VOZ9908.
VH-YVC does appear to the be 'scheduled' to return to Gladstone early on Tuesday 8 December operating the VOZ1707/1710 scheduled service from and back to Brisbane.
This continues the excellent run of larger B737-800 jets that Virgin are operating into Gladstone!
Col also sends through a couple of photos of aircraft on the Gladstone Airport General Aviation (GA) Apron on Monday 7 December including locally-based Cessna 210 VH-KTE which has recently taken up residence with Gladstone's Purcell's Engineering.
In fact, VH-KTE later departed Gladstone on a flight to Emerald, returning later in the evening.
A familiar visitor to Gladstone Airport in the form of Papam Cessna 402B VH-RLX was also spotted by Col.
This aircraft is frequently involved with aerial survey flights and is a regular to the industrial city.
Finally, on Sunday 6 December, Col spotted Ingham-based Robinson R44 II VH-HED parked on the Gladstone Airport apron. Its movements are not known.
Sincere thanks to Col for again taking the time to capture and share these great photos!
All photos taken by Col ©