Previously, the organisation’s base would only receive location updates every two minutes meaning the 20 aircraft in its fleet would sometimes fly ‘off the map’
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Bankstown Airport supports some 166 businesses, injecting almost $1bn to the state economy annually, making it a major contributor to the financial health of NSW, as well as a vital player in the provision of state-wide human services.
This story from the January/February 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by Chris Frame looks at the entry-into-service of the Pilatus PC-24 at the RFDS.
Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service has received its first Pilatus PC-24 ahead of its expected entry into service in early 2019.
WRITER: CHRIS FRAME * There is a new lifesaver making its mark across the vast State of Western Australia – and it’s turning heads at the Avalon Airshow. Built in…