The Western Australia state government currently leases two aircraft from Maroomba Airlines for VIP transport of government officials around the state. It is not known what aircraft were operated prior to the current lease contract.
|19??||First Western Australia state government aircraft used.|
|2006||Aircraft leasing contract with Maroomba Airlines starts.|
The aircraft of the WAGAW are fully operational.
No plans known.
WAGAW aircraft operate in an overall white colour scheme with a blue and gold fuselage cheatline. The flag of Western Australia is carried on the fin. No service titles are displayed.
Aircraft Serial Numbers
Aircraft operating with the WAGAW carry standard Australian civil aircraft registrations in no special sequence, e.g. Hawker 850XP VH-MQY.
Coding system not used.
None – Manufacturers designations used
Current Aircraft Inventory
|Aircraft Type||Total Del’d||Total Active||Still on Order||Role|
|Beech Super King Air 200||1||1||0||VIP Transport|
|Hawker 850XP||1||1||0||VIP Transport|
All-Time Aircraft Used List
|Aircraft Type||Quantity||Service Entry||Out of Service||Origin|
|Beech Super King Air 200||1||2006||current||leased|
Aircraft NOT Used
No false reports known.
Aircraft Losses and Incidents
No losses known.
Western Australia Government Air Wing, Perth Airport, Western Australia.
The air wing has no subordinate units.
Current Unit Assignments
No subordinate units.
Historical Unit Assignments
All-Time Flying Units List
Current Air Bases
WAGAW aircraft are based at Perth International Airport.
All-Time Air Bases Used List
To be added