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BEECH BARON

Where it all began. Beech 58 Baron VH-EYH at Mascot in December 1974. The aircraft carries the markings N.I.A. on the tip of the rudder. An inscription forward of the cockpit reads Pride of BCAH (Bev, Charles Albert Herman - Bev was Charles Herman's wife).
Picture: Eric Favelle


ROCKWELL TURBO COMMANDER

Rockwell Commander 690 VH-BSS William M Nicoll was chartered from Bandag from 14 September 1974 until 22 February 1975. It was photographed at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 19 July 1975. This aeroplane never carried NIA titles. William M. Nicoll is the father of Gordon Nicoll who owned Bandag and the aeroplane. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (I068)

VH-ATF THE NORFOLK AEROPLANE THAT NEVER WAS

Rockwell Commander 690A N57158 at Moorabbin on 23 August 1974, the same day that the aircraft came on to the Australian Register as VH-ATF.Picture: Mike Madden
Rockwell Commander 690A VH-ATF at the Brisbane Eagle Farm International Terminal on 15 December 1974. The aircraft flew to Norfolk Island on this day for demonstration to the NIA directors. Although the aeroplane carried NIA titles, a sale did not eventuate and VH-ATF never operated a service for the company. Note the British Airways Super VC-10 G-ASGF in the background. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (H201)
Rockwell Commander 690A VH-ATF at Sydney KSA probably soon after its wasted trip to Norfolk Island on 15 December 1974 when it failed to impress the directors of NIA. The peeling titles suggest that they were indeed temporary. Picture: Peter Ricketts


BEECH A90 KING AIR

Beech King Air A90 VH-CMT, the flagship of Thiess Bros outside the Air Express hangar at Archerfield on 19 September 1971. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (C173)
Beech King Air A90 VH-CMT wearing the later Thiess Bros colours of green and gold but with NIA titles at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 13 February 1975. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (H230)
Beech King Air 65-A90 VH-BIB while operating for Delta Air Services photographed outside the Ansett terminal at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 23 November 1974. Coincidentally the same day, the Turbo Commander VH-BSS departed from the adjacent international terminal on NIA's seventh service to Norfolk. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (H104)
Beech King Air 65-A90 VH-BIB, as the registration implies, was previously the personal aircraft of Beechcraft agent Bib Stillwell. It was photographed wearing NIA titles at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 19 July 1975. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (I072)


BEECH SUPER KING AIR 200

VH-IBC

Beech Super King Air 200 N9730S (later VH-IBC) and the Queensland Government's VH-SGT at the Beechcraft factory at Wichita, Kansas in August 1975 as both aircraft were about to depart on their delivery flights to Australia. The aircraft are pictured with their ferry pilots, Tony Snel and Beryl Young. The red spheres in the background are warning devices attached to wires near the airport.Picture: Tony Snel
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC undergoing pre service checks by Hawker Pacific at Archerfield on 27 August 1975. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (I121)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 30 March 1977. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (K335)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC with the new company logo on the tail.
Picture: Tony Snel
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC with the new company logo on the tail at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 15 June 1977. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L037)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC in company with VH-IBD at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 24 October 1977. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L162)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC in the morning sunshine at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 1 November 1980. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (T103)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC in company with VH-IBD at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 14 December 1980. Note the Air New Zealand DC-8 in the background. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (T180)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC freshly repainted at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 8 June 1981. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (U239)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC operated a charter to Scone, NSW for an airshow on 30 September 1984. By this time the aeroplane had been repainted again with gold replacing the former yellow. The aircraft also carries dual Norfolk and Lord Howe titles.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (X439)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC now with simplified Norfolk Airlines titles at Lord Howe Island on 22 April 1987.Picture: Roger McDonald
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC freshly repainted in the new Norfolk Pacific livery but minus titles at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 29 August 1987.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AC292)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC freshly repainted in the new Norfolk Pacific Aviation livery complete with titles at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 18 October 1987. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AC370)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBC in the process of being parted out at Brisbane Airport on 8 December 1988. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AE557)

VH-IBD Charles Herman

Beech Super King Air 200 N23765 at the Beechcraft factory at Wichita, Kansas prior to its delivery flight to Australia where it would become VH-IBD. Left to right: Keith Jarvis (company director), Stuart Dodds (Manager Brisbane), Judy Jarvis (company director) and Chief Pilot Tony Snel. Picture: Tony Snel
Newly delivered Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD still wearing its US ferry registration N23765 at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 7 October 1977.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L138)
Newly delivered Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD still wearing its US ferry registration N23765 shares the Temporary International Terminal ramp with VH-IBC at Brisbane on 7 October 1977. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L140)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD arriving at the Temporary International Terminal prior to operating its inaugural service on 24 October 1977. The aircraft now carries the name of the company founder Charles Herman (1917-1977).Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L149)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD arriving at the Temporary International Terminal prior to operating its inaugural service on 24 October 1977. Anne Winter welcomes Captain Tony Snel.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L151)
Inaugural guests board Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 24 October 1977. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (L173)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 14 December 1980.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (T181)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 26 January 1981. Note the Qantas Boeing 747SP in the background.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (T286)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD taking off from Runway 28 at Lord Howe Island.
Picture: John Balson
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD wearing dual Norfolk and Lord Howe titles at the Flight Facilities terminal at Sydney Airport circa 1984. Picture: Jenny Burrows Collection
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBD now with simplified Norfolk Airlines titles at Lord Howe Island on 22 April 1987.Picture: Roger McDonald

VH-KTE

Beech Super King Air 200 N23786 at Port Moresby during its delivery flight on 5 January 1978. The aircraft was later registered to Katies Fashions as VH-KTE.
Picture: David Thollar (P348)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-KTE at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 15 July 1979. Although operating for NIA, the aircraft still carries the Katies name.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (O147)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-KTE at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 1 November 1980. The aircraft now wears full NIA titles. Inevitably the aircraft was always known affectionately as Katie.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (T102)

VH-IBE

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBE at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 15 July 1979. This aeroplane was delivered with a plush executive interior.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (O151)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBE with NIA titles added at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 23 November 1979. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (P053)
Beech Super King Air 200 DQ-FDS (formerly VH-IBE) suffered an undercarriage failure while operating on lease to Fiji Air on 14 October 1982. The aircraft is pictured the following day at Nausori, Suva. In the words of pilot John Balson; "On the night of the event it was the 4th sector of the day Rotuma-Nausori. The gear retraction started but stopped 3/4 of the way up. Recycle down and nothing happened. Attempted manual gear extension but we couldn’t move a thing. The problem was later traced to a failed undercarriage actuator." The aeroplane was repaired and returned to service. Picture: John Balson
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-MKR (formerly VH-IBE) at Toowoomba on 10 June 1985. The small yellow sticker forward of the registration states that the aircraft is being operated by Moore's Air Charter, Toowoomba. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (Z048)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-MKR (formerly VH-IBE) at Brisbane in May 1988. The aircraft now wears a new livery with a stylised M on the tail to indicate ownership by Moore's Air Charter, Toowoomba. Picture: David Sparks (AD316)
The Norfolk Island Airlines fleet of four Beech Super King Air 200 posed for a family portrait at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 15 July 1979. Left to Right:
VH-IBE, VH-IBD, VH-IBC & VH-KTE.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (O178)

VH-MXK

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-MXK was chartered from Hazelton Air Services while VH-IBC was unserviceable. The aircraft was photographed at the Brisbane Temporary International Terminal on 24 April 1981 while operating one of four sectors for NIA during the two days 24-25 April.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (U214)

VH-IBF

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-KNR at Albury on 7 February 1982 while operating for Wings Australia. Picture: Roger McDonald (V265)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-KNR with Norfolk Airlines titles at Cairns sometime prior to February 1987 when it became VH-IBF. Picture: Peter Gates
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-IBF in Lord Howe Island Airlines livery at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 23 February 1987. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AB505)

VH-AAZ

Beech Super King Air 200 N23915 at Bankstown on 22 May 1977. The aeroplane became VH-AAZ on 19 September 1977.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (K371)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-AAZ at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 8 April 1985. The aircraft carries dual Norfolk and Lord Howe titles.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (Y481)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-AAZ with simplified Norfolk Airlines titles at Lord Howe Island on 22 April 1987.Picture: Roger McDonald

VH-SPQ

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-SPQ with Norfolk titles and the Norfolk Pacific logo on the rudder at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 19 June 1988.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AD343)

VH-NIA

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-NIA at Darwin on 24 August 1997.
Picture: Paul Daw

VH-NIB

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-NIB photographed at Sydney KSA on 9 September 1988.
Picture: Tony Arbon

VH-NIC

Beech Super King Air 200 N40QN at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 3 July 1988. The aircraft became VH-NIC on 26 August 1988.
Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AD347)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-NIC at Essendon on 24 September 1990 with a low visibility registration on the ventral fin and a small Australian flag on the rudder. Picture: Tony Arbon

VH-NIH

Beech Super King Air 200 VH-THS was the first of type on the Australian Register when it was imported by Thiess Brothers in October 1974. The aircraft is pictured outside the Ansett hangars at Eagle Farm on 8 February 1975. After passing through the hands of the National Safety Council of Australia the aircraft finally joined the Norfolk fleet as VH-NIH in 1989. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (H226)
Beech Super King Air 200 VH-NIH at Perth on 30 December 1989. Picture: David Eyre

DASH 8 VH-NID

Newly arrived DHC-8-103 Dash 8 100B VH-NID at Brisbane in October 1989. The aircraft carries its Manufacturer's Serial Number 170 under the cockpit and is yet to acquire Norfolk markings.Picture: David Sparks (AF229)
DHC-8-103 Dash 8 100B VH-NID in Norfolk colours at Brisbane in November 1989.
Picture: Peter Gates

 

MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT

BEECH QUEEN AIR

Beech 65-B80 Queen Air VH-BQA was acquired with NIA's takeover of Coddair in June 1985. The aircraft is depicted outside Hawker Pacific at Brisbane Eagle Farm in December 1985. Picture: David Sparks (Z468)
Beech 65-B80 Queen Air VH-MRH was once Norfolk's VH-BQA. The aircraft was photographed at Darwin in April 2020. Picture: Bob Calaby
Beech 65-B80 Queen Air DQ-FCQ at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane in May 1981. The aircraft had been operating in Fiji with Fiji Air and Marine Pacific Limited and was about to become VH-BQL.Picture: David Sparks (U028)
Beech 65-B80 Queen Air VH-BQL was acquired with NIA's takeover of Coddair in June 1985. The aircraft is depicted on the grass outside Hawker Pacific at Brisbane Eagle Farm in November 1986. Picture: Peter Gates
Beech 65-B80 Queen Air VH-FDR was acquired with NIA's takeover of Coddair in June 1985. The aircraft originally served with TAA as VH-TGD, later passing to the RFDS as VH-FDR John Flynn. It was photographed at Eagle Farm on 7 February 1974. Sadly the aeroplane crashed near Biloela on 7 August 1985 with the loss of the pilot while on a night freight flight.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (NF045-36)

BRITTEN NORMAN ISLANDER

Britten Norman Islander VH-INB in full Norfolk livery at Brisbane. Date unknown.
Picture: AustAirData

CESSNA 310

A Cessna 310R believed to be VH-TDS at Cairns. Date unknown. Picture: Mike Madden

CESSNA 404 TITAN

Cessna 404 VH-TMP at RAAF Amberley on 17 March 1979. The aircraft was later part of the Sunbird Airlines fleet.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (O029)
Cessna 404 VH-TMU at Cairns. Date unknown. Picture: Mike Madden

CESSNA 421 GOLDEN EAGLE

Cessna 421B VH-CSF with Bandeirante VH-FCG at Cairns. Date unknown.
Picture: Mike Madden
Cessna 421B VH-MQZ was acquired with the purchase of an interest in Corpair. The aircraft was photographed in Corporate Air colours at Brisbane Airport in February 1985. VH-MQZ was included in the NIA liquidation sale in April 1991. Picture: David Sparks (AA303)
Cessna 421B VH-TWH at Cairns in October 1990. Picture: Geoff Goodall

CESSNA 441 CONQUEST

Cessna 441 Conquest II VH-FWA of Flightways at Perth in May 1988. Picture: Geoff Goodall
Cessna 441 Conquest II VH-KDJ of Flightways at Perth in June 1984. Picture: Geoff Goodall
Cessna 441 Conquest II VH-NIE at Brisbane on 8 December 1988, just six days after it was re-registered. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (AE559)
Cessna 441 Conquest II VH-NIF at Rockhampton on 16 October 1989.
Picture: Tony Arbon

CESSNA CITATION

Cessna Citation VH-FCQ wearing Country Courier Services titles. Date and place is not recorded.Picture: Mike Madden

DHC-6 TWIN OTTER

DHC-6 Twin Otter VH-NIO at Cairns in January 1990. Picture: Geoff Goodall

EMBRAER BANDEIRANTE

Embraer Bandeirante VH-FCG in Sun State colours and Sunbird titles at Cairns in February 1990. Picture: Geoff Goodall
Embraer Bandeirante VH-FCG in full Norfolk livery at Cairns circa 1991.
Picture: Mike Madden
Embraer Bandeirante VH-FCG in full Norfolk livery at Tamworth on 21 December 1991.
Picture: Roger McDonald
Embraer Bandeirante VH-FCK in Sunbird livery at Cairns in February 1990.
Picture: Geoff Goodall
Embraer Bandeirante VH-KIP was acquired in the takeover of Country Courier Services whose titles it carries in July 1983. The location is unidentified. Picture: Mike Madden
Another aeroplane acquired through takeover was Embraer Bandeirante VH-KIQ which was photographed at Brisbane in March 1982 while in service with Sun State.
Picture: David Sparks (X258)
Embraer Bandeirante VH-KIQ was acquired in the takeover of Country Courier Services whose titles it carries in November 1987. The location is unidentified. Picture: Mike Madden
Embraer Bandeirante VH-KIQ at Cairns in February 1990. Picture: Geoff Goodall

IAI WESTWIND

Westwind P2-BCM was operated by Bougainville Copper on regular services between Brisbane and Kieta. The aircraft is depicted at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 14 August 1981. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (U291)
Freshly repainted Westwind P2-BCM is depicted at the Temporary International Terminal at Brisbane on 17 September 1982 while operating with Bougainville Copper. The aircraft was subsequently acquired by the Norfolk group as VH-JPW.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (W070)

LEARJET

In July 1987, Norfolk Jet Aviation took-over Wards Jet Charter and their two Learjets VH-WFE and VH-WFJ. Learjet 35A VH-WFE Sidney Spencer Ward is pictured earlier in August 1984 at Brisbane Eagle Farm. Picture: David Sparks (Z179)
Freshly repainted Learjet 35A VH-WFE in the GA area at Sydney KSA in January 1989. Note the small Norfolk Jet Aviation titles aft of the cabin door. VH-WFJ was not repainted in this scheme.Picture: John Balson
In July 1987, Norfolk Jet Aviation took-over Wards Jet Charter and their two Learjets VH-WFE and VH-WFJ. Learjet 35A VH-WFJ is pictured earlier on 24 February 1987 at Tullamarine. Picture: Peter Gates

MITSUBISHI MU-2

Mitsubishi MU-2 VH-JER wearing Country Courier Services titles at an unknown location in November 1987.Picture: Mike Madden
Mitsubishi MU-2 VH-MIT wearing Country Courier titles at Essendon in November 1984.Picture: Mike Madden

NORD MOHAWK 298

Mohawk 298 VH-HEI at Brisbane on 17 January 1989. Picture: Peter Gates
Mohawk 298 VH-HIX at Brisbane in October 1989. This aircraft is now preserved at the Queensland Air Museum Caloundra, the sole survivor of the four aircraft. Picture: Mike Madden
Mohawk 298 VH-HKS at Brisbane in April 1991. Picture: Peter Gates
Mohawk 298 VH-HKT at Brisbane in May 1989. Picture: David Sparks (AF049)


PIPER NAVAJO CHIEFTAIN

PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-EME outside the TAA terminal at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 22 November 1974 while operating with Redcliffe Flying Services. The aeroplane was later acquired by the Norfolk group as VH-SBN.Picture: Ron Cuskelly (H122)
PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-HSI was purchased by Norfolk Airlines from Lloyd Aviation on 1 December 1988 and operated by Sungold. Just over three weeks later on 24 December Brisbane Airport was struck by a storm and the aircraft was flipped causing extensive damage which resulted in the aeroplane being written off. Picture: James Wing (AG222)
PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-RDL The City of Lismore at Brisbane Eagle Farm on 11 June 1974 while operating with North Coast Airlines. Picture: Ron Cuskelly (F202)
PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain VH-RDL was acquired in NIA's takeover of Sunbird Airlines. The aircraft is pictured at Brisbane in May 1989. Picture: David Sparks (AF034)

 

 

 

 

Issue
Date
Remarks
33
21MAY20
Added an image of Cessna 421B VH-TWH in Sunbird colours thanks to Geoff Goodall.
32
11MAY20
Added an image of Beech 200 VH-IBD wearing dual Norfolk and Lord Howe titles. Thanks to Jenny Burrows.
22
07MAY20
Added an image of Cessna 404 VH-TMU thanks to Roger McDonald.
Images of NIA personnel have been moved to the Family Album page.
21
06MAY20
Added the following images:
Navajo Chieftain VH-HSI after it was written off in a storm. Thanks to James Wing.
Cessna 404 VH-TMP.
Cessna 421B VH-MQZ.
20
05MAY20
Added the following images:
A superior image of Beech Baron VH-EYH thanks to Eric Favelle.
Twin Otter VH-NIO thanks to Geoff Goodall.
Bandeirante VH-FCG thanks to Geoff Goodall.
Bandeirante VH-FCK thanks to Geoff Goodall.
Bandeirante VH-KIQ in full Norfolk livery thanks to Geoff Goodall.
Beech 200 VH-MKR (formerly VH-IBE) with Moore's Air Charter (2 images)
Cessna 310 in full Norfolk livery (believed to be VH-TDS) thanks to Roger McDonald.
Cessna 421B VH-CSF in full Norfolk livery thanks to Roger McDonald.
Beech 200 VH-IBC being parted out in December 1988.
19
03MAY20
Added images of Flightways Cessna Conquests VH-FWA and VH-KDJ thanks to Geoff Goodall.
18
01MAY20
Added an image of Islander VH-INB in full Norfolk livery thanks to Tony Arbon.
17
30APR20
Added a recent image of Queen Air VH-MRH (formerly VH-BQA) thanks to Bob Calaby.
16
26APR20
Added an image of Beech 200 VH-KNR (later VH-IBF) while operating for Wings Australia.
Added an image of Beech 90 VH-CMT while operating for Thiess Bros.
Added an image of Beech 90 VH-BIB while operating for Delta Air Services.
15
26APR20
Added an image of VH-KNR (later VH-IBF) thanks to Peter Gates.
14
21APR20
Added images of the following aircraft by Mike Madden thanks to Tony Arbon and Ian Mcdonell:
Bandeirante VH-FCG in full Norfolk livery.
Bandeirante VH-KIP with Country Courier Services titles.
13
19APR20
Added images of the following aircraft thanks to Roger McDonald:
Bandeirante VH-FCG in full Norfolk livery.
Bandeirante VH-KIQ with Country Courier Services titles.
Citation VH-FCQ with Country Courier Services titles.
MU-2 VH-JER with Country Courier Services titles.
MU-2 VH-MIT with Country Courier Services titles.
Turbo Commander VH-ATF before and after its wasted demonstartion trip to NLK.
Beech 200 VH-AAZ in Norfolk colours at LDH on 22APR87.
Beech 200 VH-IBC in Norfolk colours at LDH on 22APR87.
Beech 200 VH-IBD in Norfolk colours at LDH on 22APR87.
12
18APR20
Added an image of VH-IBD showing the name Charles Herman on the nose. Thanks to Tony Snel.
Memorabilia moved to a new page.
11
17APR20
Added images of VH-IBC and VH-IBD at the Beechcraft factory and an air-to-air image of VH-IBC with the new logo on the tail. All thanks to Tony Snel.
10
16APR20
Added the four Queensland Pacific Airlines Mohawks.
9
13APR20
Added an image of Queen Air VH-FDR.
8
12APR20
Added an image of a postage stamp featuring VH-IBC thanks to John Balson.
7
11APR20
Added images of VH-NIA, VH-NIC and VH-NIF thanks to Tony Arbon.
Added an image of Bandeirante VH-KIQ.
6
10APR20
Added images of Graham Syphers and John Balson at the controls of the Dash 8. Thanks to John Balson.
Added an image of VH-NIB thanks to Tony Arbon.
5
09APR20
Added images of VH-EME, DQ-FCQ, DQ-FDS, VH-AAZ, N23915, VH-NIE and P2-BCM.
Added an image of VH-IBD taking off from Lord Howe Island thanks to John Balson.
4
07APR20
Added an image of Learjet VH-WFE with Norfolk Jet Charter titles. Thanks to John Balson.
3
07APR20
Design changes.
2
06APR20
Added two images of Piper Navajo Chieftain VH-RDL.
Added an image of Learjet VH-WFJ thanks to Peter Gates.
1
06APR20
Original issue.