Saturday, October 08, 2011

Danish Bombardier and more

Today's photos include a very unusual aircraft nationality, a Danish registered Bombardier BD700-1A10 Global Express, OY-MSI, which I understand is registered to Execujet Scandinavia. This has been parked outside the aero club for a couple of days, and heads of early next week.

Some really nice photos of its arrival yesterday are on the MRC Aviation blog.

Other aircraft included this Gulfstream American [prev Grumman American?] GA-7 Cougar, ZK-CGR, which arrived from North Shore aerodrome [NZNE], and a Cessna 172S, ZK-NAB, from Nelson Aviation College.


Allister said...

So you missed the C-17 then? It flew over my house (RWY16 approach) mid morning but despite being at the airport within about 40 minutes I saw no sign of it.

Rodney said...

Hi Allister,

yeah, I've missed both C17 flights from the past couple of days. Apparently both of them were approaches and overshoots, so that will be why you didn't see it here.