From a very warm afternoon in Christchurch I offer these three aircraft.
I seem to have the infinite capacity of seeing the back end of the Mil 34 ZK-HUN5 (c/n 9783034102005)
Caught this afternoon heading out for a test/training flight - hopefully before being delivered to its new home later today.
A stray was the Airbus A319-115 (CJ) LX-MCO (c/n 2592) of Global Jet Luxembourg.
This is a 19 seat VVIP set up aircraft.
Test flown as D-AVXK on 10th November 2005 and then fitted out as a luxury aircraft. It became HB-IPO with Comlux Aviation in June 2006 then in January 2007 it became UN-A-1901 for the Government of Kazakhstan and operated by Berkut Air.
It was back with Comlux as HB-IPO from June 2008, becoming 9H-AFK with Comlux Malta that September. It changed to 9H-MCE in July of 2012 and then to LX-MCE in December of 2014 with Global Jet Luxembourg. It was re-registered in May 2017 to LX-MCO
Looking all bright and shiny was the Aerospatiale-Alenia ATR72-212A ZK-MCB2 (c/n 598) sitting on the Antarctic apron.
It has been in this scheme for some time now.