Remarks: (Built 2001) capturing the advanced flight instrumentation of the Pilatus PC-12 which was selected to be part of the RFDS fleet in 1994 when the Royal Flying Doctor Service became the launch customer for the type with the first aircraft being delivered in 1995. The Charleville base was founded 1943 and their hangar is an ex WWII structure.
Remarks: (Built 2001) showing the cabin area of this aeromedical configured PC-12 based out of Charleville. If you're ever in need of medical assistance in this big, brown land the Flying Doctor is never too far away.
Remarks: This replica of Kinsgsford Smith and Ulm's famous 'Southern Cross' was built as a bicentennial project at Parafield and registered on 3 Jun '87. First flight made in Aug '87. It is powered by 3 x 300hp Jacobs R-755-A2 (original had 220hp Wright J-5s) and endurance 7 hrs at 90kts. Badly damaged on landing 25 Apr '02 at Parafield after right wheel fell off on takeoff. Currently reported to be with HARS for repairs and future ops. Seen here at the start of the Federation Airshows in the Outback.