Unit: 34 Sqn. RAAF VIP flights stopped at Flight Facilities in Sydney airport's GA park. The lack of security was eventually too much to bear for those responsible for protecting our leaders and flights shifted to a high-security area inside the Qantas Jet base. Flight Facilities is gone but its name and logo live with a electronic music duo. The grandfather of one of the band members owned Flight Facilities.
Unit: 34 Sqn. The sun was barely over the horizon when this photo was taken of the RAAF's new Falcon 20, the first time this photographer had seen one. Business jets were a novelty in Australia because of import restrictions on aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds (5700kg) to protect the Two-Airline Policy. Qantas and the Department of Civil Aviation had the only civil business jets, both with HS125s, until July 1967 when approval was given to import Falcon 20 VH-BIZ. It would be over two years before another business jet was approved. A11-085 was sold in 1989 as VH-JSY.