Sunday, 27 July 2014

DLR Dassault Falcon 20E and Air New Zealand's Newest A320SL Visit Cairns

Last week saw Cairns host two very interesting aircraft.

The first to arrive was DLR (German Aerospace Centre) Dassault Falcon 20E D-CMET.

The highly modified Falcon, which was recently involved in the 'Deep Wave' atmospheric project in New Zealand, arrived from Sydney Kingsford Smith (YSSY) on Tuesday afternoon.

DLR Dassault Falcon 20E D-CMET parked at Cairns on Thursday

This morning, the very unique Falcon departed for Darwin (YPDN) and later continued on to Brunei (WBSB)

You can learn more about this modified Falcon HERE

The second aircraft of note at Cairns last week was Air New Zealand's newest Airbus A320SL - ZK-OXF.

The A320SL, which had it's first flight on June 25, arrived from Singapore Changi (WSSS) on Thursday night as NZ6399.

Air New Zealand Airbus A320SL ZK-OXF pictured at Cairns on Friday

On Friday afternoon, ZK-OXF departed Cairns on it's final leg of the ferry flight to Auckland (NZAA) as NZ6399.


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