This was a pity as there was a fair amount happening and phone cameras just don't do so well, especially when you become dependent on a digital zoom rather than optical.
First up is an Airbus A320-232, VH-VFJ. This aircraft is operated by Jetstar Airways. the only reason it is on this side of the airport is that it apparently sucked another aviator [of the furry flying kind] through an engine a few days ago. Scuttlebutt is that this necessitated an engine change which was accomplished while parked inside the Execujet hanger.
This was the first time it had been outside for a few days. Note the chocks are in place. I don't recall it getting noisy, so I'm not sure what checks were being done.
|Airbus A320-232, VH-VFJ, operated by Jetstar Airways|
|Bombardier CL600-2B16, N913TK, operated by Christ Holdings|
|Boeing 737-8FE, VH-YIL, operated by Virgin Australia Airlines|