Flying displays and flypasts in support of the No. 254 Advanced Pilots Course graduation

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In celebration of No. 254 Advanced Pilots Course graduation, the following displays and flypasts will occur:

 

4pm 28 March: a single PC-9/A aircraft will perform a low level aerobatics display over RAAF Base Pearce.

4pm 28 March: Up to twenty PC-9/A aircraft will take the skies over Perth in a formation that resembles a large aircraft , which is also known as the "Thunderbird" formation, at 4pm on the same day. 

11am 29 March: a single Air Force PC-9/A aircraft will perform a low level aerobatics display over RAAF Base Pearce.

11am 29 March: Nine PC-9/A aircraft will conduct flypasts in a Diamond 9 formation over RAAF Base Pearce. 

The Pilatus PC-9/A is a two-seat, single engine, turboprop aircraft that is the advanced pilot training aircraft in the Australian Defence Force. 

All flying is subject to change due to weather and operational requirements. 

Information on aircraft noise and current flying activities is available at http://www.defence.gov.au/aircraftnoise, or by calling 1300 DEFENCE (1300 333 362)