Rainbow over the Jandakot ramp after a late afternoon shower. Jandakot is home to all manner of aviation activities.
The Beech 200 Kingair has long been the work horse of the RFDS in Australia. Now in the twilight of its career as the Pilatus PC12 has now become the backbone for aeromedical duties.
De Haviland's Gypsy Major engine. This unit was actually manufactured by General Motors Holden during WWII.
This aircraft has been modified with a manetometer tail stinger. Based at Jandakot, but travels throught out the world.
1967 model Cessna 177 first registered in Australia in 1969. Although innovative and advanced for its day, for a variety of reasons, the Cessna 177 never gained the popularity that the 150, 172 an... (more)
Jandakot Airport's last resident DC3.
2009 Busselton Air Show
As with many Outback communities in Australia, the Royal Flying Doctor Service is an essential life line for emergency medical treatment. Medevac departure back to Adelaide.
This aircraft is normally based in Alice Springs. Manufactured in 1995 for the RFDS. The Central Operations Section now operates 11 PC12's also based at Port Agusta and Adelaide.