October 2017

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B-LRQ Airbus A350-941 (MSN 109) of Cathay Pacific at Perth Airport – 30 October 2017
Departing off runway 21 while operating the inaugural Cathay A350 service on CX171/170.
Photo © Marcus Graff
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, named 'Xiao Long Bao', with 'Manny Pacquiao - Pacman' decals, at Perth Airport – 29 Oct 2017. Flight D7 237 to Kuala Lumpur, taxying out to runway 21 at 7:01am. This aircraft flew Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and his team from their training camp in General Santos City in the Philippines to Brisbane on 2 July 2017 for his World Boxing Organization (WBO) title defence against Australia's Jeff Horn. Pacquiao is the only boxer to have won titles in eight weight classes. The Pacman decal is on the rear fuselage on the left side of the aircraft. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, named ‘Xiao Long Bao’, with ‘Manny Pacquiao – Pacman’ decals, at Perth Airport – 29 Oct 2017.
Flight D7 237 to Kuala Lumpur, taxying out to runway 21 at 7:01am. This aircraft flew Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and his team from their training camp in General Santos City in the Philippines to Brisbane on 2 July 2017 for his World Boxing Organization (WBO) title defence against Australia’s Jeff Horn. Pacquiao is the only boxer to have won titles in eight weight classes. The Pacman decal is on the rear fuselage on the left side of the aircraft. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, named 'Xiao Long Bao', with 'Manny Pacquiao - Pacman' decals, at Perth Airport – 29 Oct 2017. Flight D7 237 to Kuala Lumpur, taking off from runway 21 at 7:07am. This aircraft flew Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and his team from their training camp in General Santos City in the Philippines to Brisbane on 2 July 2017 for his World Boxing Organization (WBO) title defence against Australia's Jeff Horn. Pacquiao is the only boxer to have won titles in eight weight classes. The Pacman decal is on the rear fuselage on the left side of the aircraft. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, named ‘Xiao Long Bao’, with ‘Manny Pacquiao – Pacman’ decals, at Perth Airport – 29 Oct 2017.
Flight D7 237 to Kuala Lumpur, taking off from runway 21 at 7:07am. This aircraft flew Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao and his team from their training camp in General Santos City in the Philippines to Brisbane on 2 July 2017 for his World Boxing Organization (WBO) title defence against Australia’s Jeff Horn. Pacquiao is the only boxer to have won titles in eight weight classes. The Pacman decal is on the rear fuselage on the left side of the aircraft. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, being prepared for departure at 6:43am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, being prepared for departure at 6:43am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, being prepared for departure at 6:43am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, being prepared for departure at 6:43am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, about to taxy out at 7:34am. The ground crew is showing the pilots that he has removed the locking pin for the landing gear. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, about to taxy out at 7:34am. The ground crew is showing the pilots that he has removed the locking pin for the landing gear. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, taxying out at 7:36am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, taxying out at 7:36am. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, taxying out at 7:36am. In the background is PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, taxying out to runway 21 to depart as flight GA727 to Denpasar. Photo © David Eyre
B-LAH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 915) of Cathay Pacific, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight CX136 to Hong Kong, taxying out at 7:36am. In the background is PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, taxying out to runway 21 to depart as flight GA727 to Denpasar. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight NZ178 to Auckland, seen during pushback for departure at 7:04am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight NZ178 to Auckland, seen during pushback for departure at 7:04am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight NZ178 to Auckland, seen during pushback for departure at 7:05am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight NZ178 to Auckland, seen during pushback for departure at 7:05am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight NZ178 to Auckland, about to taxy out at 7:09am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight NZ178 to Auckland, about to taxy out at 7:09am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight NZ178 to Auckland, taxying out at 7:10am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight NZ178 to Auckland, taxying out at 7:10am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight NZ178 to Auckland, taxying out at 7:10am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37964/351) of Air New Zealand, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight NZ178 to Auckland, taxying out at 7:10am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGH Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4495) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. JQ110 to Denpasar (Bali), during pushback for departure at 7:13am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGH Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4495) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
JQ110 to Denpasar (Bali), during pushback for departure at 7:13am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGH Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4495) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. JQ110 to Denpasar (Bali), taxying out for departure at 7:17am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGH Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4495) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
JQ110 to Denpasar (Bali), taxying out for departure at 7:17am. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. PK-LBO is being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). PK-GPP is preparing to depart as flight GA728 to Denpasar. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
PK-LBO is being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). PK-GPP is preparing to depart as flight GA728 to Denpasar. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, B-5970 Airbus A330-323X (MSN 1645) of China Southern in special SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. PK-LBO is being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali). PK-GPP is preparing to depart as flight GA728 to Denpasar. B-5970 is operating the first official service by China Southern's newer A330-300s to Perth, configured with business, premium economy and economy seats. However, three of these newer aircraft visited earlier in the year, including B-5970, which first visited Perth on 25 May 2017. The airline also increased frequencies from 29 October, from four flights per week to five. Flight CZ319 from Guangzhou, seen taxying in at 7:25am. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, PK-GPP Airbus A330-243 (MSN 1364) of Garuda Indonesia, B-5970 Airbus A330-323X (MSN 1645) of China Southern in special SkyTeam livery, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
PK-LBO is being towed to bay 151A at 7:20am, in preparation for departure as flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali).
PK-GPP is preparing to depart as flight GA728 to Denpasar.
B-5970 is arriving on the first official service by China Southern’s newer A330-300s to Perth, configured with business, premium economy and economy seats. However, three of these newer aircraft visited earlier in the year, including B-5970, which first visited Perth on 25 May 2017. The airline also increased frequencies from 29 October, from four flights per week to five. Flight CZ319 from Guangzhou, seen taxying in at 7:25am.
Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali), climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:42am. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali), climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:42am. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali), climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:42am. Photo © David Eyre
PK-LBO Boeing 737-9GPER (MSN 38731/4463) of Batik Air Indonesia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight ID6008 to Denpasar (Bali), climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:42am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VXL Boeing 737-838 (MSN 33482/1172) of Qantas, named 'Charleville', at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. QF792 to Darwin, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:37am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VXL Boeing 737-838 (MSN 33482/1172) of Qantas, named ‘Charleville’, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
QF792 to Darwin, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:37am. Photo © David Eyre
9V-JSP Airbus A320-232 (WL) (MSN 5323) of Jetstar Asia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight 3K134 to Singapore, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:48am. Photo © David Eyre
9V-JSP Airbus A320-232 (WL) (MSN 5323) of Jetstar Asia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight 3K134 to Singapore, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:48am. Photo © David Eyre
9V-JSP Airbus A320-232 (WL) (MSN 5323) of Jetstar Asia, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight 3K134 to Singapore, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:48am. Photo © David Eyre
9V-JSP Airbus A320-232 (WL) (MSN 5323) of Jetstar Asia, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight 3K134 to Singapore, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:48am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGV Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4229) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport - 29 October 2017. Flight JQ973 to Melbourne, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:53am. Photo © David Eyre
VH-VGV Airbus A320-232 (MSN 4229) of Jetstar, at Perth Airport – 29 October 2017.
Flight JQ973 to Melbourne, climbing after take-off from runway 21 at 8:53am. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 34334/169) of Air New Zealand, in special all-black livery, over the Swan Valley, Perth - 29 October 2017. Joining the approach to Perth Airport's runway 21 at 1:10pm, as flight NZ175 from Auckland. Photo © David Eyre
ZK-NZE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 34334/169) of Air New Zealand, in special all-black livery, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017.
Joining the approach to Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 1:10pm, as flight NZ175 from Auckland. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017. Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017.
Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017. Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017.
Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017. Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017.
Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017. Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
A6-ETN Boeing 777-3FX ER (MSN 39689/1086) of Etihad, over the Swan Valley, Perth – 29 October 2017.
Flight EY486 from Abu Dhabi was operated by this Boeing 777-300ER today, instead of the usual 787-9 Dreamliner. Seen here turning onto final approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 1:21pm. A6-ETN visited in April and November 2014 on unscheduled medical diversions, so this was its first scheduled visit. Photo © David Eyre
9M-MXS Boeing 737-8H6/W (MSN 40156) of Malaysia Airlines at Perth Airport – 28 October 2017.
On final for runway 21 wearing the Negaraku special livery.
Photo © Marcus Graff.
9M-MXS Boeing 737-8H6/W (MSN 40156) of Malaysia Airlines at Perth Airport – 28 October 2017.
Parked on Bay 53 wearing the Negaraku special livery about to push back to operate MH126 back to Kuala Lumpur.
Photo © Marcus Graff.
9M-MXS Boeing 737-8H6/W (MSN 40156) of Malaysia Airlines at Perth Airport – 28 October 2017.
Pushed back ready to operate MH126 wearing the new Negaraku special livery.
Photo © Marcus Graff.
RA76950 Ilyushin IL-76TD-90VD (IL76) (MSN 2043420697) of Volga Dnepr Airlines at Perth Airport – 21 October 2017.
Named “Vladimir Kokkinaki” after the Soviet Union test pilot, notable for setting 22 world records, seen here on short finals for runway 03 at 7:00 pm.
Photo © Marcus Graff
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
This is the only MD 600N on the Australian register and one of only 7 NOTAR helicopters in Australia. NOTAR stands for No Tail Rotor and the system uses a fan inside the tailboom to build a high volume of low-pressure air, which exits through two slots. Directional yaw control is gained through a vented, rotating drum at the end of the tailboom, called the direct jet thruster.
This one is operated by Rotor Force Australia P/L, Caboolture, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
This is the only MD 600N on the Australian register and one of only 7 NOTAR helicopters in Australia. NOTAR stands for No Tail Rotor and the system uses a fan inside the tailboom to build a high volume of low-pressure air, which exits through two slots. Directional yaw control is gained through a vented, rotating drum at the end of the tailboom, called the direct jet thruster.
This one is operated by Rotor Force Australia P/L, Caboolture, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
This is the only MD 600N on the Australian register and one of only 7 NOTAR helicopters in Australia. NOTAR stands for No Tail Rotor and the system uses a fan inside the tailboom to build a high volume of low-pressure air, which exits through two slots. Directional yaw control is gained through a vented, rotating drum at the end of the tailboom, called the direct jet thruster.
This one is operated by Rotor Force Australia P/L, Caboolture, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
VH-EPJ McDonnell Douglas 600N (MSN RN032) at Jandakot Airport – 20 October 2017.
This is the only MD 600N on the Australian register and one of only 7 NOTAR helicopters in Australia. NOTAR stands for No Tail Rotor and the system uses a fan inside the tailboom to build a high volume of low-pressure air, which exits through two slots. Directional yaw control is gained through a vented, rotating drum at the end of the tailboom, called the direct jet thruster.
This one is operated by Rotor Force Australia P/L, Caboolture, Queensland.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, with VH-NJY BAE Systems Avro RJ100 (MSN E3331) of Cobham Aviation, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This C-27 had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, with VH-NJY BAE Systems Avro RJ100 (MSN E3331) of Cobham Aviation, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This C-27 had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport - 17 October 2017. This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at Meekatharra Airport – 17 October 2017.
This aircraft had been at Shark Bay for gravel runway operations before refuelling at Meekatharra, then heading to Ceduna. The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered (A34-006 not yet delivered). Photo © Geoff Carberry
ZK-NZL Boeing 787-9 DreamLiner (MSN43218) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
ZK-NZL Boeing 787-9 DreamLiner (MSN43218) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
Ist Visit to Perth, this aircraft was only delivered to Air NZ 10 days earlier and it is photographed here landing on runway 03 at 1:24 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
ZK-NZL Boeing 787-9 DreamLiner (MSN43218) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
ZK-NZL Boeing 787-9 DreamLiner (MSN43218) of Air New Zealand at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
Ist Visit to Perth, this aircraft was only delivered to Air NZ 10 days earlier and it is photographed here landing on runway 03 at 1:24 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-VZS Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39358) of Qantas Airways at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
VH-VZS Boeing 737-838 (MSN 39358) of Qantas Airways at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
About to touch down on runway 03 in very challenging crosswinds.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-FKF Fokker 100 (MSN 11365) of Alliance Airlines at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
VH-FKF Fokker 100 (MSN 11365) of Alliance Airlines at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
Doing an engine run-up on taxiway Alpha just down from the viewing deck.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-XFP De Havilland Canada DHC-8-106 Dash 8 (MSN 346) owned by Skippers Aviation, at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
VH-XFP De Havilland Canada DHC-8-106 Dash 8 (MSN 346) owned by Skippers Aviation, at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
Taking off from runway 24 at 2:10 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)

 

VH-NJC Embraer EMB-505 Phenom (MSN 50500080) of Revesco Aviation P/L at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
VH-NJC Embraer EMB-505 Phenom (MSN 50500080) of Revesco Aviation P/L at Perth Airport – 16 October 2017.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1165) of AirAsia X, named 'Spirit of AirAsia' in 'Anaz - The Legend: A Truly Passionate Allstar' livery over the Swan Valley, Perth – 14 October 2017. Wears a special livery dedicated to the late AirAsia Group Chief Operating Officer, Anaz Ahmad Tajuddin. Flight D7232 from Kuala Lumpur is seen turning onto the approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 3:01pm. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1165) of AirAsia X, named ‘Spirit of AirAsia’ in ‘Anaz – The Legend: A Truly Passionate Allstar’ livery over the Swan Valley, Perth – 14 October 2017.
Wears a special livery dedicated to the late AirAsia Group Chief Operating Officer, Anaz Ahmad Tajuddin. Flight D7232 from Kuala Lumpur is seen turning onto the approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 3:01pm. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1165) of AirAsia X, named 'Spirit of AirAsia' in 'Anaz - The Legend: A Truly Passionate Allstar' livery over the Swan Valley, Perth – 14 October 2017. Wears a special livery dedicated to the late AirAsia Group Chief Operating Officer, Anaz Ahmad Tajuddin. Flight D7232 from Kuala Lumpur is seen turning onto the approach for Perth Airport's runway 21 at 3:01pm. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXH Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1165) of AirAsia X, named ‘Spirit of AirAsia’ in ‘Anaz – The Legend: A Truly Passionate Allstar’ livery over the Swan Valley, Perth – 14 October 2017.
Wears a special livery dedicated to the late AirAsia Group Chief Operating Officer, Anaz Ahmad Tajuddin. Flight D7232 from Kuala Lumpur is seen turning onto the approach for Perth Airport’s runway 21 at 3:01pm. Photo © David Eyre
9V-OJE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (MSN 37116) of Scoot at Perth Airport – 12 October 2017.
Departing off runway 21 just before sunset at 6:28 pm.
Photo © Marcus Graff.
A27-06 BAE Systems Hawk 127 of 79 Squadron, RAAF over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
A27-06 BAE Systems Hawk 127 of 79 Squadron, RAAF over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
Photographed over Bullsbrook heading for Pearce.
The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
Photographed over Bullsbrook heading for Pearce.
The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
A34-007 Alenia Aermacchi C-27J Spartan (MSN 4185/AUS07) of 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, at RAAF Base Pearce – 12 October 2017.
Photographed over Bullsbrook heading for Pearce.
The RAAF ordered 10 C-27s in 2012, to replace the De Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft were purchased under US Foreign Military Sales arrangements and are therefore assigned US Air Force serials, even though not operated by them. They are built in Capodichino, Italy with final assembly at Turin and they are then flown to Waco, Texas for systems integration by L-3 before delivery. This particular C-27 had US FMS serial 12-27054 allocated and was test flown as I-RAIB. It arrived in Pearce on 23 June 2017 during its delivery flight to RAAF Richmond, NSW, which it reached on 25 June 2017 as the 6th C-27 delivered.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A41-211 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN AUS-6) over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
A41-211 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN AUS-6) over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
Heading for RAAF Base Pearce.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A41-211 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN AUS-6) over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
A41-211 Boeing C-17A Globemaster III (MSN AUS-6) over Bullsbrook – 12 October 2017.
Heading for RAAF Base Pearce.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
On approach to RAAF Base Pearce.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
On approach to RAAF Base Pearce.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
A47-003 Boeing P-8A (737-8FV) Poseidon of RAAF over Bullsbrook – 10 Oct 2017.
On approach to RAAF Base Pearce.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
Ist visit to Perth, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 1:19 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
Ist visit to Perth, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 1:19 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
Ist visit to Perth, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 1:19 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
5U-GRN Boeing 737-75U (BBJ) of Republique du Niger (Niger Government) at Perth Airport – 10 Oct 2017.
Ist visit to Perth, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 1:19 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-MOX Cessna 208 Caravan (amphibious seaplane) (MSN 20800227) operated by Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures / Swan River Seaplanes (West Coast Air Services Pty Ltd/Avanova Pty Ltd), at Meekatharra Airport - 9 October 2017. Landing on runway 09 en route from Broome to Jandakot. The aircraft will spend the summer operating from the Swan River at South Perth, flying to Margaret River and Rottnest. It will return to Broome in March 2018. Photo © Geoff Carberry
VH-MOX Cessna 208 Caravan (amphibious seaplane) (MSN 20800227) operated by Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures / Swan River Seaplanes (West Coast Air Services Pty Ltd/Avanova Pty Ltd), at Meekatharra Airport – 9 October 2017.
Landing on runway 09 en route from Broome to Jandakot. The aircraft will spend the summer operating from the Swan River at South Perth, flying to Margaret River and Rottnest. It will return to Broome in March 2018. Photo © Geoff Carberry
VH-OOA Stoddard Hamilton Glasair GIII (MSN N178) owned by Paul Pengilly, of Baldivis, WA, at Meekatharra Airport - 8 October 2017. Landing on runway 09. Photo © Geoff Carberry
VH-OOA Stoddard Hamilton Glasair GIII (MSN N178) owned by Paul Pengilly, of Baldivis, WA, at Meekatharra Airport – 8 October 2017.
Landing on runway 09. Photo © Geoff Carberry
VH-JYO Piper PA-23-250 Aztec F (MSN 27-7854062) owned by Spookfish Aviation Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport - 7 October 2017. Built in 1978, ex JA5259, N63927. Photo © David Eyre
VH-JYO Piper PA-23-250 Aztec F (MSN 27-7854062) owned by Spookfish Aviation Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport – 7 October 2017.
Built in 1978, ex JA5259, N63927. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FJK Cessna 206H Stationair (MSN 20608092) operated by UTS Aviation Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport - 7 October 2017. Modified for geophysical survey work with a tail mounted magnetometer 'stinger'. Built in 2000, ex VH-DVV, VH-PFT, VH-SID, VH-OHI, N72626. Photo © David Eyre
VH-FJK Cessna 206H Stationair (MSN 20608092) operated by UTS Aviation Pty Ltd, at Jandakot Airport – 7 October 2017.
Modified for geophysical survey work with a tail mounted magnetometer ‘stinger’. Built in 2000, ex VH-DVV, VH-PFT, VH-SID, VH-OHI, N72626. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BCM Piper PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV (MSN 28R-8118074) owned by James King, of Denmark, WA, at Jandakot Airport - 7 October 2017. Built in 1981, ex VH-KJM, N8398Q. Photo © David Eyre
VH-BCM Piper PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV (MSN 28R-8118074) owned by James King, of Denmark, WA, at Jandakot Airport – 7 October 2017.
Built in 1981, ex VH-KJM, N8398Q. Photo © David Eyre
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 3:34 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 3:34 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 3:34 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 3:34 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here on short finals for runway 21 at 3:34 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here departing off runway 21 at 4:52 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
9M-XXP Airbus A330-343X (MSN 1481) of AirAsia X, at Perth Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Wearing special ‘Manny Pacquieo – Pac Man’ decals, photographed here departing off runway 21 at 4:52 pm.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-FUC Pitts S-1D (MSN W89) owned by Carl Ende, at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
VH-FUC Pitts S-1D (MSN W89) owned by Carl Ende, at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Painted in a livery similar to that worn by Macchi racing aircraft of Italy, in the Schneider Trophy races of the 1920s.
Built in 1987, first flown 14 May 1987.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-FUC Pitts S-1D (MSN W89) owned by Carl Ende, at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
VH-FUC Pitts S-1D (MSN W89) owned by Carl Ende, at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Painted in a livery similar to that worn by Macchi racing aircraft of Italy, in the Schneider Trophy races of the 1920s.
Built in 1987, first flown 14 May 1987.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
VH-JEY Progressive Aerodyne SeaRey LSX (MSN 1LK585C) at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)
VH-WPQ Pilatus PC-12/47E (MSN 1394) of WA Police at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
VH-WPQ Pilatus PC-12/47E (MSN 1394) of WA Police at Jandakot Airport – 6 Oct 2017.
Built in 2013, this aircraft commenced service with WA Police on 4 August 2015
Photo © Keith Anderson (Photographed using Canon cameras and lenses)