First up, RAAF Boeing B737-7DT(BBJ) A36-001 was noted landing at Bundaberg Airport from Coffs Harbour (NSW) as "Envoy 60".
|A36-001 arrives at Bundaberg Airport on a previous visit (File photo)|
The BBJ - which was believed to be operating a training flight - then departed for Hamilton Island Airport before it was later noted returning to the south.
A little later, RAAF Boeing C-17A Globemaster III A41-207 was back in CQ. After heading North to Townsville via Rockhampton Airport on Monday 27 February, it was noted heading back South and completing a missed approach at Mackay Airport before then landing again at Rocky for a short time.
|A41-207 flys into Rockhampton Airport on Monday 27 February (File photo)|
A41-207 was again heard to be using the radio callsign for "Stallion 62". It then departed further South and was noted completing a missed approach at Sunshine Coast before heading 'home' to RAAF Base Amberley.
Around the same time as the Globemaster visited, Australian Army (Royal Australian Navy [RAN] marked) NH Industries MRH-90 Multi-Role Helicopter A40-028 was noted arriving into Rockhampton Airport from the South as "Destrier 28".
After taking on fuel, the MRH-90 continued to Townsville.
Finally, as the sun was setting on Tuesday 28 February, RAAF Beech B350 Super King Air A32-437 - which was flying as "Dingo 25" - was noted flying South from Townsville and completing airwork at Mackay Airport.
It later returned to Townsville.
Photos taken by Micah S and Kayanne Hardsman ©