From a Defence Media release:
WHAT: A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) PC-9 aircraft will be flying over Canberra for air-to-air photos of other Air Force aircraft: the Boeing 737 Business Jet (BBJ) and the CL-604 Challenger.
WHERE: Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra.
WHEN: Thursday, 21 June 2007 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm.
A PC-9 aircraft from RAAF Base Williamtown will carry a photographer who will be taking airborne photos of the Air Force VIP fleet, the BBJ and Challenger aircraft from Number 34 Squadron (based in Canberra).
The PC-9 will arrive in Canberra at approximately 11:00am, before flying over Lake Burley Griffin with the other aircraft at approximately 2:00pm, for one hour whilst taking the photos.
The aircraft will be flying between 3000–5000 feet (approximately 900–1500 metres) around Kings Avenue bridge. The majority of the flying will be conducted to the south and south-west of Lake Burley Griffin. All aircraft are not expected to operate any further north than the War Memorial and no further east than the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA).
Anyone see this? Any photos?