This 1979 Baron was initially registered in Germany as D-IBMP. Its current owner bought it there and had the registration N1203K allocated, although it was never formally registered in the US. It was instead registered in Canada as C-FYZK. Flown to the Philippines, it was re-registered locally as RP-C1872. In 2000 the owner moved it to Australia and the aircraft was re-registered VH-YIC on 13 January that year after the aircraft the owner learned to fly in - Aeronca Champ CF-YIC.
This attractive, 2007 G36 Bonanza was intitially registered N779HP to manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft but was essentially exported new to Australia and registered VH-MMR(2) on 18 May that year. It's seen here at the Australian Bonanza Society's Pilot Proficiency Program weekend.
One of Air Link's two mini-dugongs catching the dawn sun at home base. This aircraft was built in 1999 and initially registered N848CA, operated by Commutair for USAir. When USAir became US Airways, the aircraft was re-registered N84802 in June 2000. In September 2001 it was exported to New Zealand where it was registered ZK-JNG and operated by Eagle Airways for ANZ. In March 2002 it was exported to Australia where it was re-registered VH-RUE to Hawker Pacific, Australian Beech Agents, on 27 March 2002.
This 1987 Baron was initially registered in the USA as N3055K. It was exported to Australia in 1994 and registered VH-WMB on 20 December that year - later re-registered VH-DNG. Seen here at the Australian Bonanza Society's Pilot Proficiency Program weekend.
This lovely, Bendigo-based, 2007 G36 Bonanza was initially registered N3789 to manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft. However, it was delivered essentially new to Australia and registered VH-ECG(2) on 16 July 2007. Seen here at the Australian Bonanza Society's Pilot Proficiency Program weekend.