April 2014

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A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L, with droptanks and CBLS (Carrier Bomb Light Store) practice bomb carriers.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L, with droptanks and CBLS (Carrier Bomb Light Store) practice bomb carriers.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 30 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L, with droptanks and CBLS (Carrier Bomb Light Store) practice bomb carriers.
Photo © Keith Anderson
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Carrying “Fortune God” logo on the tail – the aircraft is based in the casino city of Macau. Taking off from runway 21 to Macau at 9:17am. The aircraft flew from Macau to Gold Coast (Queensland) on 24 April, then Gold Coast to Perth on 27 April. Built in 2010, ex N988GA.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Carrying “Fortune God” logo on the tail – the aircraft is based in the casino city of Macau. Taking off from runway 21 to Macau at 9:17am. The aircraft flew from Macau to Gold Coast (Queensland) on 24 April, then Gold Coast to Perth on 27 April. Built in 2010, ex N988GA.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Taking off runway 21 at 9:04am as ‘DRAGON 12’, bound for Adelaide. The aircraft arrived from Adelaide at 3:41pm the previous day, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Taking off runway 21 at 9:04am as ‘DRAGON 12’, bound for Adelaide. The aircraft arrived from Adelaide at 3:41pm the previous day, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Taking off runway 21 at 9:04am as ‘DRAGON 12’, bound for Adelaide. The aircraft arrived from Adelaide at 3:41pm the previous day, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Taking off runway 21 at 9:04am as ‘DRAGON 12’, bound for Adelaide. The aircraft arrived from Adelaide at 3:41pm the previous day, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Tue 29 April 2014.
Taking off runway 21 at 9:04am as ‘DRAGON 12’, bound for Adelaide. The aircraft arrived from Adelaide at 3:41pm the previous day, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-203MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 21 at 3:41pm as ‘DRAGON 12’, from Adelaide. The aircraft departed back to Adelaide the next day at 9:04am, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-200MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-200MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 21 at 3:41pm as ‘DRAGON 12’, from Adelaide. The aircraft departed back to Adelaide the next day at 9:04am, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-200MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A39-003 Airbus KC-30A (A330-200MRTT) (MSN 969) of 33 Squadron, RAAF, at Perth Airport – Mon 28 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 21 at 3:41pm as ‘DRAGON 12’, from Adelaide. The aircraft departed back to Adelaide the next day at 9:04am, using the same callsign. Based at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EGZ Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 41081/1044) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Mon 28 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-EGZ Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 41081/1044) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Mon 28 April 2014.
Flight EK420 from Dubai, heading northeast at 3,200 feet over the northern suburbs at 4:54pm, before turning right to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014.
Carrying “Fortune God” logo on the tail – the aircraft is based in the casino city of Macau. It flew from Macau to Gold Coast (Queensland) on 24 April, then Gold Coast to Perth on 27 April arriving at 11:59am, and is seen here outside Maxem Aviation’s facility. It departed back to Macau on 29 April 2014. Built in 2010, ex N988GA.
Photo © Wilson
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
N550AU Gulfstream Aerospace G550 (GV-SP) (MSN 5338) owned by Bank of Utah (as trustee) at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014.
Carrying “Fortune God” logo on the tail – the aircraft is based in the casino city of Macau. It flew from Macau to Gold Coast (Queensland) on 24 April, then Gold Coast to Perth on 27 April arriving at 11:59am, and is seen here outside Maxem Aviation’s facility. It departed back to Macau on 29 April 2014. Built in 2010, ex N988GA.
Photo © Wilson
VH-MBP Gulfstream Aerospace G450 (GIV-X) (MSN 4185) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
VH-MBP Gulfstream Aerospace G450 (GIV-X) (MSN 4185) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sun 27 April 2014.
Parked outside Awesome Base/ExecuJet Australia at 2pm. Built in 2010, ex N985GA.
Photo © Wilson
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L, with the moon in the background. In 1988, this aircraft wore a unique livery of two-tone blue with red pinstripes and was flown by the RAAF’s Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Ray Funnell. He also flew the aircraft during the 1988 GE Bicentennial Around Australia Air Race – carrying race number 10.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L. In 1988, this aircraft wore a unique livery of two-tone blue with red pinstripes and was flown by the RAAF’s Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Ray Funnell. He also flew the aircraft during the 1988 GE Bicentennial Around Australia Air Race – carrying race number 10.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-006 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 506) of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L. In 1988, this aircraft wore a unique livery of two-tone blue with red pinstripes and was flown by the RAAF’s Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Ray Funnell. He also flew the aircraft during the 1988 GE Bicentennial Around Australia Air Race – carrying race number 10.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 (MSN 518) and A23-021 (MSN 521) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 (MSN 518) and A23-021 (MSN 521) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Formation take-off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 (MSN 518) and A23-021 (MSN 521) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 (MSN 518) and A23-021 (MSN 521) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Formation take-off from runway 18L
Photo © David Eyre
A23-040 (MSN 540) and A23-041 (MSN 541) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-040 (MSN 540) and A23-041 (MSN 541) Pilatus PC-9/A of 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Formation take-off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-15 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT-15) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A27-33 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT33) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off runway 18L.
Photo © David Eyre
9103 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 111) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9103 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 111) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘STORM 11’, taking off from runway 18L at 9:51am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYC.
Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 834’, taking off from runway 18L at 8:57am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYE. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 834’, taking off from runway 18L at 8:57am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYE. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9105 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 113) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 834’, taking off from runway 18L at 8:57am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYE. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9108 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 116) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9108 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 116) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 841’ , taking off from runway 18L at 9:14am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYH. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9110 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 118) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9110 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 118) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 848’, taking off runway 18L at 10:14am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYJ.
Photo © David Eyre
9112 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 120) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9112 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 120) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 823’ , taking off from runway 18L at 9:59am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYL.
Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 837’, taking off runway 18L at 10:38am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYN.
Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 837’, taking off runway 18L at 10:38am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYN.
Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9114 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 122) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 837’, taking off runway 18L at 10:38am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYN.
Photo © David Eyre
9115 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 123) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9115 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 123) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 822’, taking off from runway 18L at 9:58am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYO.
Photo © David Eyre
9117 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 125) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9117 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 125) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘EAGLE 845’, taking off from runway 18L at 9:27am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYQ.
Photo © David Eyre
9118 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 126) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9118 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 126) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off runway 18L at 10:29am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYR.
Photo © David Eyre
9118 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 126) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9118 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 126) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off runway 18L at 10:29am. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYR.
Photo © David Eyre
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of 130 'Eagle' Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre.
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Tue 22 April 2014
Taking off from runway 18L at 09:51. The last of 19 PC-21s delivered to the RSAF. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYP.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport – Tue 22 April 2014
Parked at Bay 53 at 11:30 preparing to depart as flight VA55 to Denpasar (Bali) – it departed at 11:52.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport – Tue 22 April 2014.
During pushback and engine start from Bay 53 at 11:49 to depart as flight VA55 to Denpasar (Bali).
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport - Tue 22 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIU Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40699/4560) of Virgin Australia (with grey nose cone), named “Middleton Beach”, at Perth Airport – Tue 22 April 2014.
Taxying out at 11:52am as flight VA55 to Denpasar (Bali).
Photo © David Eyre
A6-EGB Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 38985/929) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-EGB Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 38985/929) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, flying north east at 3,100 feet at 11:54am, before turning right to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-EGB Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 38985/929) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-EGB Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 38985/929) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, flying north east at 3,100 feet at 11:54am, before turning right to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-EET Airbus A380-861 (MSN 142) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-EET Airbus A380-861 (MSN 142) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sun 20 April 2014.
Flight EK414 from Dubai to Sydney, at 39,000 feet and 602 knots, over the northern suburbs of Perth west of RAAF Pearce at 4:21pm.
Photo © David Eyre
N498MC Boeing 747-47UF (MSN 29259/1227) of Atlas Air, at Perth Airport – Sat 19 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
N498MC Boeing 747-47UF (MSN 29259/1227) of Atlas Air, at Perth Airport – Sat 19 April 2014.
Arrived at 2:38am today from Guam as ‘GIANT 5446’, and is seen here parked Bay 55 for refuelling at 2:25pm. It departed to Hong Kong at 3:46pm, using the same callsign.
Photo © Wilson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014.
This Boeing 737 was repainted in SkyTeam livery in late February 2014, and entered service by 1 March. Garuda became the 20th airline to formally join the SkyTeam airline alliance on 5 March 2014, and PK-GMH made its first visit in this livery that same day (see photos on 5 March 2014). Flight GA726 from Denpasar, Bali, is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 16:12.
Photo © Keith Anderson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014.
This Boeing 737 was repainted in SkyTeam livery in late February 2014, and entered service by 1 March. Garuda became the 20th airline to formally join the SkyTeam airline alliance on 5 March 2014, and PK-GMH made its first visit in this livery that same day (see photos on 5 March 2014). Flight GA726 from Denpasar, Bali, is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 16:12.
Photo © Keith Anderson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
PK-GMH Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 30142/3213) of Garuda Indonesia, in SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – Fri 18 April 2014.
This Boeing 737 was repainted in SkyTeam livery in late February 2014, and entered service by 1 March. Garuda became the 20th airline to formally join the SkyTeam airline alliance on 5 March 2014, and PK-GMH made its first visit in this livery that same day (see photos on 5 March 2014). Flight GA726 from Denpasar, Bali, is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 16:12.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-16 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT16) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014. Taking off from runway 18L with a pair of underwing drop tanks. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L with a pair of underwing drop tanks.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014. Taking off from runway 18L with a pair of underwing drop tanks. Photo © Keith Anderson
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of 79 Squadron, RAAF, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 18L with a pair of underwing drop tanks.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Ian Moy
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, making a medical diversion to Perth, taxying in at 1:38pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Ian Moy
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Ian Moy
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, which arrived at Perth at 1:38pm due to a medical diversion. The aircraft is seen here parked at Bay 54 at 1:41pm. An elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Ian Moy
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54 (as seen here at 1:52pm), and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54 (as seen here at 1:52pm), and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54 (as seen here at 1:52pm), and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm (as seen here), escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
20541 Ilyushin IL-76MD (MSN 0083486570) of the 13th Transport Division, 39th Air Regiment, Peoples' Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF), and A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Ian Moy
20541 Ilyushin IL-76MD (MSN 0083486570) of the 13th Transport Division, 39th Air Regiment, Peoples’ Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF), and A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
20541: Deployed to Perth Airport to search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Boeing 777-2H6ER 9M-MRO, which disappeared on 8 March 2014. 20541 used the callsign ‘RESCUE 801’ during search flights, and was based at Perth Airport as it could not take off from RAAF Pearce with a full fuel load. It arrived at Perth Airport on 22 March 2014, arriving from Sungai Besi Air Base, Malaysia, together with 21045. Usually, one IL-76 would operate a search flight each day, departing around 6am and returning around 2pm. 20541 flew today. 20541 was built in 1988, ex CCCP-78761 (Soviet AF), EW-78761 (Belarus AF), 27601 (PLAAF). The air search ended on 28 April 2014, and 20541 departed Perth on 3 May 2014 to Subang Air Base (Malaysia), then home to China.
A6-ETN: Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney, which arrived at Perth at 1:38pm due to a medical diversion. The aircraft is seen here parked at Bay 54 at 2:20pm from a departing flight. An elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded on a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Ian Moy
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FXER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight EY454 from Abu Dhabi to Sydney made a medical diversion to Perth, landing on runway 21 at 1:34pm. The aircraft parked at Bay 54, and an elderly lady with a medical issue was offloaded using a stretcher at 2:25pm, escorted by her husband, onto a waiting ambulance. The aircraft took off from runway 21 at 15:02 (as seen here) and continued on to Sydney. Perth Airport has had five visits by aircraft of Etihad, all of which were diversions: A340-541 A6-EHA (twice); A340-642 A6-EHE; Boeing 777-3FXER A6-ETK, and now A6-ETN.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-VZA Boeing 737-838 (MSN 34195/2502) of Qantas, named ‘Port Augusta’, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VZA Boeing 737-838 (MSN 34195/2502) of Qantas, named ‘Port Augusta’, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 14:52 as flight QF916 to Karratha.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKD Fokker 100 (MSN 11357) of Alliance Airlines, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKD Fokker 100 (MSN 11357) of Alliance Airlines, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Flight QQ737 to Karratha, taking off runway 21 at 14:53, with the Perth Airport Viewing Area beneath.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKK Fokker 100 (MSN 11379) of Alliance Airlines, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKK Fokker 100 (MSN 11379) of Alliance Airlines, at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 14:54 as flight QQ764 to Coondewanna.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBM Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1061) of Qantas, named ‘Tamar Valley’ at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBM Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1061) of Qantas, named ‘Tamar Valley’ at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
QF582 to Sydney, taking off runway 21 at 15:06.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBM Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1061) of Qantas, named ‘Tamar Valley’ at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBM Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1061) of Qantas, named ‘Tamar Valley’ at Perth Airport – Thu 17 April 2014.
QF582 to Sydney, taking off runway 21 at 15:06.
Photo © David Eyre
9106 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 114) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9106 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 114) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L at 16:11. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYF. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9104 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 112) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9104 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 112) of 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force, at RAAF Pearce – Thu 17 April 2014
On final approach to runway 18L at 16:31. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYD. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-VCJ Airbus A319-132LR (MSN 1880) of Skytraders at Perth Airport – Mon 14 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VCJ Airbus A319-132LR (MSN 1880) of Skytraders at Perth Airport – Mon 14 April 2014.
“SNOWBIRD 2″ on takeoff from runway 21 at 15:36 on an Australian Government charter, possibly to transport asylum seekers.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VCJ Airbus A319-132LR (MSN 1880) of Skytraders at Perth Airport – Mon 14 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VCJ Airbus A319-132LR (MSN 1880) of Skytraders at Perth Airport – Mon 14 April 2014.
“SNOWBIRD 2″ on takeoff from runway 21 at 15:36 on an Australian Government charter, possibly to transport asylum seekers.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-YIB Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 37825/3758) of Virgin Australia, named ‘Trinity Beach’ (name not painted on aircraft) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YIB Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 37825/3758) of Virgin Australia, named ‘Trinity Beach’ (name not painted on aircraft) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Parked at Bay 54 at 11:15, it departed at 12:06 to Phuket as flight VA193.
Photo © David Eyre
3B-NBL Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1057) of Air Mauritius, named ‘Nénuphar’, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
3B-NBL Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1057) of Air Mauritius, named ‘Nénuphar’, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Parked at Bay 53 at 12:32, preparing to return to Mauritius as flight MK441, which took off at 13:16.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, taxying to Bay 51 at 12:27pm.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, taxying to Bay 51 at 12:27pm.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ENM Boeing 777-31HER (MSN 41359/1168) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, taxying to Bay 51 at 12:27pm.
Photo © David Eyre
Virgin Australia Pier at Terminal 1, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
Virgin Australia Pier at Terminal 1, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
The Virgin Australia Pier was originally meant to open in June 2014, but opening was then delayed to October 2014, and more recently delayed again to January 2015.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZKF De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter (MSN 43) of Karratha Flying Services Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-ZKF De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter (MSN 43) of Karratha Flying Services Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Built in 1967, ex I-CHAN, N935JM, SE-FTO, VH-TZL. This early production Twin Otter is based at Karratha, and formerly operated in Australia with Aeropelican, Sunstate Airlines, and Whitaker Air Charter.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-NYO Cessna T188C AgHusky (MSN T18803786T), owned by Midwest Aerial Ag Pty Ltd, of Carnamah, WA, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-NYO Cessna T188C AgHusky (MSN T18803786T), owned by Midwest Aerial Ag Pty Ltd, of Carnamah, WA, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Built in 1981, ex N4946J.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-PGA Cessna 208 Caravan (MSN 20800312) owned by West Coast Seaplanes, of Broome, WA, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-PGA Cessna 208 Caravan (MSN 20800312) owned by West Coast Seaplanes, of Broome, WA, at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
This aircraft was formerly in amphibious floatplane configuration and was recently converted back to normal wheeled landing gear and painted white, so it might be for sale. Built in 1999, ex N1127W, it formerly operated with Air Whitsunday Seaplanes.
Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
This firefighting helicopter can release up to 9,500 litres of water or fire retardant in a single drop, compared to 2,700 litres for the leased Bell 214B-1 helicopters of McDermott Aviation. It has visited WA before for the 2011/12 fire season, and was based at Jandakot. There were some issues with basing the helicopter at Jandakot, so it was initially proposed to base the S-64 at Stoneville in the hills east of Perth, before the airfield at Serpentine was selected. With the fire season almost over, it was flown to Jandakot (as seen here), and was then flown to Fremantle on 17 April 2014 for dismantling and shipping overseas.
N243AC was built in 1967 as a Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe (civil designation S-64A) for the US Army and allocated military serial 67-18420. It was delivered to the US Army in August 1967, serving with the following units:
273 Aviation Company; 273 Assault Support Helicopter Company “Superhooks”; 478 Heavy Helicopter Company “Hurricanes”; 62 Aviation Company; 85 Division Training; NASA, Langley Field (loaned in 1973); 478 Aviation Company (Heavy Helicopter); Pennsylvania National Guard. Stored at the Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Centre (AMARC), at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona until 8 April 1994 it was sold to Lenair Corp, and registered N22696 on 27 June 1994. On 23 January 1997, it was re-registered as N544CH to Columbia Helicopters International. On 2 December 2002 it was sold to Erickson Air-Crane Inc. and reregistered as N243AC on 10 January 2003. It was converted to an S-64E in October 2010.
Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
This firefighting helicopter can release up to 9,500 litres of water or fire retardant in a single drop, compared to 2,700 litres for the leased Bell 214B-1 helicopters of McDermott Aviation. It has visited WA before for the 2011/12 fire season, and was based at Jandakot. There were some issues with basing the helicopter at Jandakot, so it was initially proposed to base the S-64 at Stoneville in the hills east of Perth, before the airfield at Serpentine was selected. With the fire season almost over, it was flown to Jandakot (as seen here), and was then flown to Fremantle on 17 April 2014 for dismantling and shipping overseas.
N243AC was built in 1967 as a Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe (civil designation S-64A) for the US Army and allocated military serial 67-18420. It was delivered to the US Army in August 1967, serving with the following units:
273 Aviation Company; 273 Assault Support Helicopter Company “Superhooks”; 478 Heavy Helicopter Company “Hurricanes”; 62 Aviation Company; 85 Division Training; NASA, Langley Field (loaned in 1973); 478 Aviation Company (Heavy Helicopter); Pennsylvania National Guard. Stored at the Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Centre (AMARC), at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona until 8 April 1994 it was sold to Lenair Corp, and registered N22696 on 27 June 1994. On 23 January 1997, it was re-registered as N544CH to Columbia Helicopters International. On 2 December 2002 it was sold to Erickson Air-Crane Inc. and reregistered as N243AC on 10 January 2003. It was converted to an S-64E in October 2010.
Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
N243AC / HELITAC741 Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane (MSN 64022), named “Marty”, owned by Erickson Air-Crane, operating for DFES (Department of Fire & Emergency Services) at Jandakot Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
This firefighting helicopter can release up to 9,500 litres of water or fire retardant in a single drop, compared to 2,700 litres for the leased Bell 214B-1 helicopters of McDermott Aviation. It has visited WA before for the 2011/12 fire season, and was based at Jandakot. There were some issues with basing the helicopter at Jandakot, so it was initially proposed to base the S-64 at Stoneville in the hills east of Perth, before the airfield at Serpentine was selected. With the fire season almost over, it was flown to Jandakot (as seen here), and was then flown to Fremantle on 17 April 2014 for dismantling and shipping overseas.
N243AC was built in 1967 as a Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe (civil designation S-64A) for the US Army and allocated military serial 67-18420. It was delivered to the US Army in August 1967, serving with the following units:
273 Aviation Company; 273 Assault Support Helicopter Company “Superhooks”; 478 Heavy Helicopter Company “Hurricanes”; 62 Aviation Company; 85 Division Training; NASA, Langley Field (loaned in 1973); 478 Aviation Company (Heavy Helicopter); Pennsylvania National Guard. Stored at the Aircraft Maintenance and Regeneration Centre (AMARC), at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona until 8 April 1994 it was sold to Lenair Corp, and registered N22696 on 27 June 1994. On 23 January 1997, it was re-registered as N544CH to Columbia Helicopters International. On 2 December 2002 it was sold to Erickson Air-Crane Inc. and reregistered as N243AC on 10 January 2003. It was converted to an S-64E in October 2010.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-WXK Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV-SP (MSN 1265) operated by Revesco Aviation (leased from Sutherland Aviation Pty Ltd) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-WXK Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV-SP (MSN 1265) operated by Revesco Aviation (leased from Sutherland Aviation Pty Ltd) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 21 at 15:16. Based at Brisbane. Built in 1995, ex N465GA, N540W, VP-CFF, N165GD, N141CP, N450TL.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-WXK Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV-SP (MSN 1265) operated by Revesco Aviation (leased from Sutherland Aviation Pty Ltd) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-WXK Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV-SP (MSN 1265) operated by Revesco Aviation (leased from Sutherland Aviation Pty Ltd) at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 21 at 15:16. Based at Brisbane. Built in 1995, ex N465GA, N540W, VP-CFF, N165GD, N141CP, N450TL.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:27.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:27.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Sun 13 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:27.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-ECN Boeing 777-36NER (MSN 37705/761) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sat 12 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ECN Boeing 777-36NER (MSN 37705/761) of Emirates, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sat 12 April 2014.
Flight EK422 from Dubai, heading northeast at 3,400 feet over the northern suburbs at 12:18pm, before turning right to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
P2-MSA / HELITAC 676 Bell 214B-1 Big Lifter (MSN 28065) of McDermott Aviation, operating for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
P2-MSA / HELITAC 676 Bell 214B-1 Big Lifter (MSN 28065) of McDermott Aviation, operating for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Fri 11 April 2014.
Heading to fight a bush fire at Bullsbrook at 4:45pm. The fire was reported just after 4pm as being near Almeria Parade and Warbrook Road, in the Twin Swamps Nature Reserve, Bullsbrook, a few kilometres south of RAAF Pearce. The Department of Fire and Emergency services deployed six fire crews, two fixed-wing water bombers, two Helitacs and one aerial support helicopter. P2-MSA is one of six Bell 214B1 BigLifters leased for the 2013/14 WA bush fire season (October 2013 – April 2014), fitted with the Isolair ‘Tsunami” Belly Tank, with 2,700 Litres capacity. It was built in 1981, ex DU-104 (Dubai Air Force), 124 (Dubai Air Force), N28065.
Photo © David Eyre
N49732 / HELITAC 672 / 2 Bell 214B-1 BigLifter (MSN 28005) of McDermott Aviation, operating for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
N49732 / HELITAC 672 / 2 Bell 214B-1 BigLifter (MSN 28005) of McDermott Aviation, operating for the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the last digit of its HELITAC number on the side – previously these were a different colour. Heading to fight a bush fire at Bullsbrook at 4:45pm. The fire was reported just after 4pm as being near Almeria Parade and Warbrook Road, in the Twin Swamps Nature Reserve, Bullsbrook, a few kilometres south of RAAF Pearce. The Department of Fire and Emergency services deployed six fire crews, two fixed-wing water bombers, two Helitacs and one aerial support helicopter. N49732 is one of six Bell 214B-1s of McDermott Aviation based in WA for the 2013/14 bush fire season (October – April), fitted with the Isolair ‘Tsunami” Belly Tank, with 2,700 Litres capacity. Built in 1976. Ex N49732, 101 (Royal Air Force of Oman), 751 (Royal Air Force of Oman).
Photo © David Eyre
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:29.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:29.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:29.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Michael Foss
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:29.
Photo © Michael Foss
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Michael Foss
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here on final approach to runway 21 at 17:29.
Photo © Michael Foss
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here taxying in to park at Bay 52 at 5:37pm.
Photo © Wilson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
ZK-OKC Boeing 777-219ER (MSN 34377/546) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014
Wearing the smart new black and white livery of Air New Zealand. The aircraft was the first Air New Zealand 777-200ER to be repainted in the new livery – the repaint was completed during a maintenance visit to TAECO at Xiamen, China. The aircraft returned to Auckland on 6 April 2014 and the same day made its first visit to Perth in the new livery as flight NZ175 from Auckland (its first revenue service since the repaint). Flight NZ175 from Auckland is seen here parked at Bay 52 at 7:09pm.
Photo © Wilson
VH-NHK Fokker 100 (MSN 11465) of Network Aviation, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-NHK Fokker 100 (MSN 11465) of Network Aviation, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Returning after a FIFO flight to Christmas Creek iron ore mine in the Pilbara region. On final approach to runway 21 at 17:32, with the moon nicely captured in the photo.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-NJN British Aerospace 146-300 (MSN E3217) of Cobham Aviation, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-NJN British Aerospace 146-300 (MSN E3217) of Cobham Aviation, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
JETEX 873 from Barimunya, on final approach to runway 21 at 17:38, with the moon also captured in the photo.
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EGQ Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 41076/1014) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EGQ Boeing 777-31H ER (MSN 41076/1014) of Emirates, at Perth Airport – Fri 11 April 2014.
Flight EK420 from Dubai on final approach to runway 21 at 17:43, with the moon nicely captured in the photo.
Photo © Keith Anderson

 

9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Wed 9 April 2014
Arrived at Perth on Sat 5 April 2014 from Johor Bahru. Seen here parked outside Universal Aviation. It departed back to Johor Bahru on 10 April 2014. Built in 1990, ex N17608.
Photo © Wilson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Wed 9 April 2014
Arrived at Perth on Sat 5 April 2014 from Johor Bahru. Seen here parked outside Universal Aviation. It departed back to Johor Bahru on 10 April 2014. Built in 1990, ex N17608.
Photo © Wilson
9117 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 125) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 'Eagle' Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9117 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 125) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 36R. Also has a civil callsign of 9V-YYQ. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 'Eagle' Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 ‘Eagle’ Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 36R. The last of 19 PC-21s delivered to the RSAF. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYP. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 'Eagle' Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9119 Pilatus PC-21 (MSN 127) of the Republic of Singapore Air Force, 130 “Eagle” Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R. The last of 19 PC-21s delivered to the RSAF. Civil callsign (not worn) is 9V-YYP. The RSAF PC-21s are based at RAAF Pearce, where the RSAF has undertaken flight training for over 20 years.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-013 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 513) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 36R, lowering gear with the airbrake extended.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-018 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 518) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-041 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 541) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
On final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
Final approach to runway 36L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
Going around after a missed approach to runway 36L.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014.
Final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A23-049 Pilatus PC-9/A (MSN 549) of the RAAF, 2 Flying Training School (2FTS), at RAAF Pearce – Wed 9 April 2014
Final approach to runway 36R.
Photo © David Eyre
A7-BBD Boeing 777-2DZLR (MSN 36016/831) of Qatar Airways, named ‘Al Zoor’, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Tue 8 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A7-BBD Boeing 777-2DZLR (MSN 36016/831) of Qatar Airways, named ‘Al Zoor’, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Tue 8 April 2014.
Flight QR900 from Doha, heading northeast at 3,200 feet over the northern suburbs at 5:53pm before turning to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
A7-BBD Boeing 777-2DZLR (MSN 36016/831) of Qatar Airways, named ‘Al Zoor’, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Tue 8 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
A7-BBD Boeing 777-2DZLR (MSN 36016/831) of Qatar Airways, named ‘Al Zoor’, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Tue 8 April 2014
Flight QR900 from Doha, heading northeast at 3,200 feet over the northern suburbs at 5:53pm before turning to join the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21.
Photo © David Eyre
HS-WEH Gulfstream Aerospace G-V (MSN 588) owned by MJets at Perth Airport – Mon 7 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
HS-WEH Gulfstream Aerospace G-V (MSN 588) owned by MJets at Perth Airport – Mon 7 April 2014.
Based at Bangkok Don Muang Airport, Thailand, this Gulfstream arrived in Perth from Brisbane the previous day (6 April 2014), and is seen parked on Bay 61A at 2:04pm, preparing to depart to Denpasar (Bali) – it took off at 3:16pm. Built in 2000, ex N588GA, VP-BAC, N588GV. Behind is one of two Ilyushin IL-76MD aircraft of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (China), deployed to Perth to assist with the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Photo © Wilson
9M-XXI Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1411) of AirAsia X, named 'Xakura Blossom', over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXI Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1411) of AirAsia X, named ‘Xakura Blossom’, over the northern suburbs of Perth – Sat 5 April 2014.
Flight D7 232 from Kuala Lumpur at 2:34pm, flying northeast at 2,900 feet over the northern suburbs, before turning right to join the approach to runway 21 at Perth Airport.
Photo © David Eyre
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taxying to runway 03 for takeoff at 10:11am. It took off at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taxying to runway 03 for takeoff at 10:11am. It took off at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taxying to runway 03 for takeoff at 10:11am. It took off at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taxying to runway 03 for takeoff at 10:11am. It took off at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taxying to runway 03 for takeoff at 10:11am. It took off at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here lining up on runway 03 for takeoff at 10:14. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
A6-EDP Airbus A380-861 (MSN 077) of Emirates at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
This aircraft was operating flight EK415 from Sydney to Dubai, when one of the passengers suffered a suspected stroke. The aircraft made a medical diversion to Perth, and landed at 08:00 on runway 21. After the ill passenger was offloaded, the aircraft departed Perth to continue its journey to Dubai – it is seen here taking off from runway 03 for takeoff at 10:14am. This was the seventh A380 to visit Perth – the first A380 to visit was a promotional (non-revenue) flight by Qantas’ A380 VH-OQA on 14 October 2008, and the others have visited only for medical emergency diversions – five of these from Emirates (A6-EDE, A6-EDA, A6-EEH, A6-EEO, and today’s A6-EDP) plus one from Qantas (VH-OQB).
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 11:25. Departed Perth on 6 April 2014. Built in 2010, ex PT-TKF.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 11:25. Departed Perth on 6 April 2014. Built in 2010, ex PT-TKF.
Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
VH-VLT Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600 (MSN 14501107) owned by Marcplan Charter Pty Ltd, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 11:25. Departed Perth on 6 April 2014. Built in 2010, ex PT-TKF.
Photo © Keith Anderson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Landing on runway 21 at 14:09, arriving from Johor Bahru. It departed back to Johor Bahru on 10 April 2014. Built in 1990, ex N17608.
Photo © Keith Anderson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
9M-ISJ Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (MSN 1106) owned by the State Government of Johor/His Majesty Sultan Iskandar of Johor, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Landing on runway 21 at 14:09, arriving from Johor Bahru. It departed back to Johor Bahru on 10 April 2014. Built in 1990, ex N17608.
Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 11:57, departing to Diego Garcia, with callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. The aircraft arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range at 14:03 the previous afternoon and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250).
The Taranis completed slow taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013.
Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014, and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth –Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 11:57, departing to Diego Garcia, with callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. The aircraft arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range at 14:03 the previous afternoon and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250).
The Taranis completed slow taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013.
Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014, and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth –Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 11:57, departing to Diego Garcia, with callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. The aircraft arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range at 14:03 the previous afternoon and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250).
The Taranis completed slow taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013.
Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014, and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth –Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Sat 5 April 2014.
Taking off from runway 21 at 11:57, departing to Diego Garcia, with callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. The aircraft arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range at 14:03 the previous afternoon and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250).
The Taranis completed slow taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013.
Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014, and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth –Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Using callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’, and seen here landing on runway 03 at 14:03. ZZ174 arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250) in its hold.
The Taranis completed low-speed taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013. Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014 and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth – Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 14:03, using callsign ASCOT 6665. ZZ174 arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250) in its hold.
The Taranis completed low-speed taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013. Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014 and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth – Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre

 

ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Keith Anderson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 14:03, using callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. ZZ174 arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250) in its hold.
The Taranis completed low-speed taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013. Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014 and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth – Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Keith Anderson, caption info © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 14:03, using callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’. ZZ174 arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250) in its hold.
The Taranis completed low-speed taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013. Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014 and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth – Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo and caption info copyright © David Eyre
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
ZZ174 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN P-77 / UK3) of the Royal Air Force, 99 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton, UK, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Arrived at 14:03, with callsign ‘ASCOT 6665’, and seen here parked at Bay 56 just after arrival – it was later moved to Bay 60. ZZ174 arrived from RAAF Woomera Test Range and is possibly carrying the prototype BAE Systems Taranis UAV (serial ZZ250) in its hold.
The Taranis completed low-speed taxying trials during April 2013 at BAE Systems’ Warton facility in the UK, and was transported with its ground station aboard C-17 ZZ173, which arrived in Perth from Diego Garcia on 21 May 2013 and departed to RAAF Woomera on 23 May 2013. Taranis performed high-speed taxying trials at Woomera in July 2013 and made its first flight on 10 August 2013. ZZ174 departed Perth on 5 April 2014 and returned to BAE Systems’ Warton base, which supports the theory that the Taranis was aboard. ZZ174 flew an interesting round trip: RAF Brize Norton – Eglin AFB (Florida, USA) – Belize – Las Vegas/McCarran – Hickam AFB (Hawaii) – Anderson AFB (Guam) – Brunei – RAAF Amberley – Christchurch – Sydney – RAAF Woomera – Perth – Diego Garcia – RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) – Warton (BAE Systems) – RAF Brize Norton.
Photo © Wilson, caption info © David Eyre
VH-EBG Airbus A330-202 (MSN 887) of Qantas, named “Barossa Valley”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBG Airbus A330-202 (MSN 887) of Qantas, named “Barossa Valley”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
QF769 from Melbourne, landing on runway 03 at 13:52.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNU Fokker 100 (MSN 11373) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Roebuck Bay” and VH-XFG Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1407) of Virgin Australia, named “Terrigal Beach”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNU Fokker 100 (MSN 11373) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Roebuck Bay” and VH-XFG Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1407) of Virgin Australia, named “Terrigal Beach”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
VH-FNU is lining up on runway 03 for an intersection departure, as flight VA1017 to Paraburdoo at 14:10.
In the background, VH-XFG has taken off runway 06 as VA690 to Melbourne.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing runway 03 at 14:15 as QF651 from Brisbane. Qantas has announced that it is retiring its 767 fleet by March 2015, even though the fleet has just undergone an expensive cabin refurbishment and added Q-streaming onboard wifi.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing runway 03 at 14:15 as QF651 from Brisbane. Qantas has announced that it is retiring its 767 fleet by March 2015, even though they have just undergone an expensive cabin refurbishment and added Q-streaming onboard wifi (note the Q-streaming logo near the cabin door).
Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-OGJ Boeing 767-338ER (MSN 25274/396) of Qantas, named “City of Port Macquarie”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing runway 03 at 14:15 as QF651 from Brisbane. Qantas has announced that it is retiring its 767 fleet by March 2015, even though they have just undergone an expensive cabin refurbishment and added Q-streaming onboard wifi.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZPM Embraer 190AR (ERJ-190-100IGW) (MSN 19000262) of Virgin Australia, still in Pacific Blue livery, named “Emma-braer”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-ZPM Embraer 190AR (ERJ-190-100IGW) (MSN 19000262) of Virgin Australia, still in Pacific Blue livery, named “Emma-braer”, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Landing on runway 03 at 14:19 as VA717 from Adelaide. This aircraft will be repainted in Virgin Australia livery later this year.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SRQ Boeing 777-212ER (MSN 33373/487) of Singapore Airlines, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9V-SRQ Boeing 777-212ER (MSN 33373/487) of Singapore Airlines, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Taxying to runway 03 at 14:22 as flight SQ226 to Singapore.
Photo © David Eyre
N168RT Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV SP (MSN 1316) owned by Integrity Aircraft Title Holdings LLC, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
N168RT Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV SP (MSN 1316) owned by Integrity Aircraft Title Holdings LLC, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Arrived at Perth from Subang late on 1 April 2014. Seen here preparing to taxy from Terminal 2 apron over the west side of the airport to the General Aviation area at 13:25. It returned to Subang on the morning of 6 April 2014.
Built in 1997, ex N427GA, N416QS.
Photo © Wilson
N168RT Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV SP (MSN 1316) owned by Integrity Aircraft Title Holdings LLC, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
N168RT Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV SP (MSN 1316) owned by Integrity Aircraft Title Holdings LLC, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
Arrived at Perth from Subang late on 1 April 2014. Seen here taxying across to the General Aviation area at 14:34. It returned to Subang on the morning of 6 April 2014.
Built in 1997, ex N427GA, N416QS.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
A number of the SQ223 services this week were operated by Boeing 777-300, rather than the usual 777-200ER. Landing on runway 03 at 14:53 as flight SQ223 from Singapore.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
A number of the SQ223 services this week were operated by Boeing 777-300, rather than the usual 777-200ER. Landing on runway 03 at 14:53 as flight SQ223 from Singapore.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
A number of the SQ223 services this week were operated by Boeing 777-300, rather than the usual 777-200ER. Landing on runway 03 at 14:53 as flight SQ223 from Singapore.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
9V-SYF Boeing 777-312 (MSN 30868/360) of Singapore Airlines, at Perth Airport – Fri 4 April 2014.
A number of the SQ223/SQ214 services this week were operated by Boeing 777-300, rather than the usual 777-200ER. 9V-SYF is seen here parked at Bay 52 at 16:55, preparing for departure as SQ214 to Singapore.
Photo © Wilson
VH-YFF Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40994/3664) of Virgin Australia, (named "Wineglass Bay”, not painted on aircraft), at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFF Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 40994/3664) of Virgin Australia, (named “Wineglass Bay”, not painted on aircraft), at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA1727 to Karratha, on takeoff from runway 21 at 13:51
Photo © David Eyre
PK-AZE Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) (MSN 5098) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-AZE Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) (MSN 5098) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QZ8413 to Denpasar (Bali) taking off runway 21 at 14:23.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-AZE Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) (MSN 5098) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-AZE Airbus A320-216 (sharklets) (MSN 5098) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QZ8413 to Denpasar (Bali) taking off runway 21 at 14:23.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKG Fokker 100 (MSN 11366) of Alliance Airlines, passing Perth Airport Viewing Area, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FKG Fokker 100 (MSN 11366) of Alliance Airlines, passing Perth Airport Viewing Area, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QQ737 to Karratha, callsign ‘UNITY 737’, taking off runway 21 at 14:59. As this was an intersection departure, the aircraft lifted further down runway 21, so it passed the Perth Airport Viewing Area (near the threshold of Runway 03) lower than usual, as seen here.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFQ Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41010/4494) of Virgin Australia, named “Whiting Beach” at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFQ Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41010/4494) of Virgin Australia, named “Whiting Beach” at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA9217 to Boolgeeda on takeoff from runway 21 at 15:11.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFQ Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41010/4494) of Virgin Australia, named “Whiting Beach” at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFQ Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41010/4494) of Virgin Australia, named “Whiting Beach” at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA9217 to Boolgeeda on takeoff from runway 21 at 15:11.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-XZF Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39370/4450) of Qantas, named “Cygnet”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-XZF Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39370/4450) of Qantas, named “Cygnet”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QF1124 to Port Hedland, taking off runway 21 at 15:16.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-XZF Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39370/4450) of Qantas, named “Cygnet”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-XZF Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39370/4450) of Qantas, named “Cygnet”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QF1124 to Port Hedland, taking off runway 21 at 15:16.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFP Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41011/4476) of Virgin Australia, named “Nobby's Beach”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFP Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41011/4476) of Virgin Australia, named “Nobby’s Beach”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA1843 to Port Hedland, taking off from runway 21 at 15:25.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFP Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41011/4476) of Virgin Australia, named “Nobby's Beach”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-YFP Boeing 737-8FE (MSN 41011/4476) of Virgin Australia, named “Nobby’s Beach”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA1843 to Port Hedland, taking off from runway 21 at 15:25.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNP Airbus A320-231 (MSN 429) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Honeymoon Cove”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNP Airbus A320-231 (MSN 429) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Honeymoon Cove”, at Perth Airport – Thur 3 April 2014.
Flight VA9215 to Boolgeeda, taking off from runway 21 at 15:26.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNP Airbus A320-231 (MSN 429) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Honeymoon Cove”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FNP Airbus A320-231 (MSN 429) of Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, named “Honeymoon Cove”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight VA9215 to Boolgeeda, taking off from runway 21 at 15:26.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBQ Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1198) of Qantas, named “Wolgan Valley”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBQ Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1198) of Qantas, named “Wolgan Valley”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QF566 to Sydney, taking off runway 21 at 15:32. This was formerly leased to Jetstar and returned to Qantas service on 11 March 2014.
Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBQ Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1198) of Qantas, named “Wolgan Valley”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
VH-EBQ Airbus A330-202 (MSN 1198) of Qantas, named “Wolgan Valley”, at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
Flight QF566 to Sydney, taking off runway 21 at 15:32. This was formerly leased to Jetstar and returned to Qantas service on 11 March 2014.
Photo © David Eyre
9V-SYH Boeing 777-312 (MSN 32317/420) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014. Photo © Wilson
9V-SYH Boeing 777-312 (MSN 32317/420) of Singapore Airlines at Perth Airport – Thu 3 April 2014.
A number of the SQ223/SQ214 services this week were operated by Boeing 777-300, rather than the usual 777-200ER. 9V-SYH is taxying out as SQ214 to Singapore at 17:11.
Photo © Wilson
A27-01 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT01/1201) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-01 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT01/1201) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, in 76 Squadron markings, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L. 79 Squadron is based at Pearce. Built in UK by BAE. First flight 16.12.1999 as ZJ632 . Delivered to Australia 28.1.2001
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-12 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT12) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, in 76 Squadron markings, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L. 79 Squadron is based at Pearce.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-24 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT24) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-24 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT24) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, in 76 Squadron markings, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L. 79 Squadron is based at Pearce.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-30 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT30) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-30 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT30) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, in 76 Squadron markings, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L. 79 Squadron is based at Pearce.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-30 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT30) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014. Photo © Steve Jaksic
A27-30 BAE Systems Hawk 127 (MSN DT30) of RAAF, 79 Squadron, in 76 Squadron markings, at RAAF Pearce – Wed 2 April 2014.
On final approach to runway 18L. 79 Squadron is based at Pearce.
Photo © Steve Jaksic
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport - Tue 1 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport – Tue 1 April 2014.
This brand new 737 made its first visit to Perth on 31 March 2014, when it arrived at 12:53am as GA728 from Denpasar (Bali). As Bali has Nyepi (Day of Silence) holiday on 31 March 2014, the aircraft remained at Perth until 1 April 2014 when it returned to Denpasar as flight GA727. It is seen here on its second visit, on final approach at 16:05 as flight GA726 from Denpasar.
The aircraft made its first flight on 10 February 2014, and was delivered to Garuda on 21-23 February 2014.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport - Tue 1 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport – Tue 1 April 2014.
This brand new 737 made its first visit to Perth on 31 March 2014, when it arrived at 12:53am as GA728 from Denpasar (Bali). As Bali has Nyepi (Day of Silence) holiday on 31 March 2014, the aircraft remained at Perth until 1 April 2014 when it returned to Denpasar as flight GA727. It is seen here on its second visit, on final approach at 16:05 as flight GA726 from Denpasar.
The aircraft made its first flight on 10 February 2014, and was delivered to Garuda on 21-23 February 2014.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport - Tue 1 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-GNE Boeing 737-8U3 (MSN 39936/4800) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport – Tue 1 April 2014.
This brand new 737 made its first visit to Perth on 31 March 2014, when it arrived at 12:53am as GA728 from Denpasar (Bali). As Bali has Nyepi (Day of Silence) holiday on 31 March 2014, the aircraft remained at Perth until 1 April 2014 when it returned to Denpasar as flight GA727. It is seen here on its second visit, on final approach at 16:05 as flight GA726 from Denpasar.
The aircraft made its first flight on 10 February 2014, and was delivered to Garuda on 21-23 February 2014.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-AXI Airbus A320-216 (MSN 3963) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport - Tue 1 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-AXI Airbus A320-216 (MSN 3963) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Tue 1 April 2014.
Flight QZ8414 from Denpasar, on final approach to runway 21 at 16:35.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-AXI Airbus A320-216 (MSN 3963) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport - Tue 1 April 2014. Photo © David Eyre
PK-AXI Airbus A320-216 (MSN 3963) of Indonesia AirAsia, at Perth Airport – Tue 1 April 2014.
Flight QZ8414 from Denpasar, on final approach to runway 21 at 16:35.
Photo © David Eyre

4 thoughts on “April 2014

  • April 18, 2014 at 9:15 am
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    HAWK A27-30 is actually in 76 Squadron markings, but being operated by 79 Squadron, a common practice.

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    • April 18, 2014 at 10:50 am
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      Thanks Ckyde – have updated all pics of Hawks with 76 Sqn markings.
      Regards,
      David

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  • August 3, 2016 at 5:33 pm
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    Hello, i am a Perth Airport spotter and i was just wondering if there is any good locations for spotting 06 arrivals and departures. Also, is “The Mound” still accessible?

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