PC-21 aircraft operating at Hobart International Airport

Up to four Royal Australia Air Force Pilatus PC-21 aircraft from No. 4 Squadron will be operating.

The PC-21 aircraft from No. 4 Squadron are normally based at RAAF Base Williamtown, New South Wales and are responsible for providing FAC(A) (Forward Air Control (Airborne)) capability and ADF JTAC (Joint Terminal Attack Control) training support.

Domestic deployments and training at alternative airfields are an essential element of operational preparedness, currency and proficiency objectives.

Noise reduction and the environment are vital considerations in the planning and conduct of military flying. 

Further information about the Pilatus PC-21 can be found on our Technology page.

Imagery of the Pilatus PC-21 is available on the Defence Image Gallery.

For more information, visit the Defence Aircraft Noise website or call 1300 DEFENCE (1300 333 362).

Flying schedule

  • Flying is subject to change due to variables such as air traffic control requirements, weather, and other aviation considerations.