Photo of the Day 17th April 2023

Front view of a high-winged 4 engined jet airliner taxiing from right to left. The plane is mostly white, with dark grey and orange "JOTA Aviation" titles on the upper forward fuselage, just aft of the forward door. The rear fuselage has a grey and orange band which swoops up and in to the tail. There is also an orange and grey stripe on the engine cowlings. the foreground is mostly grass, whilegrass and tarmac areas lead off to trees in the distance. The sky is blue, tinged with grey haze.
G-JOTR, British Aerospace Avro RJ85, JOTA Aviation, starting it’s takeoff roll on Runway 23L at Manchester Airport, 26th January 2018.

Side view of a 4 engined jet airliner taxiing from left to right. Te plane is entirely white, except for "Boeing 707" titles on the nose, and the registration "YR-ABA" next to a Romanian flag on the rear fuselage. There are a couple of taxiways seperated by grassed areas in the foreground, while the background is dominated by a fuel tank farm. with trees leading off into the far distance, with grey skies up above.
YR-ABA, Boeing 707-3K1C, unknown airline, starting it’s take off roll on Runway 24 at Amsterdam Schipol, 27th September 1996.
Side view of a high-winged twin propellor engined airliner taxiing from right to left, turning towards the camera. The planes body is mostly white, with a blue and grey stripe running along the body, and red "Crossair" titles on the opper forward fuselage, partially covering the forward door. There is a red band covering the rear fuselage and tail, with a large white cross towards the top of the tail. In the background, grass fills most of the frame, with a small plane on a taxiway coming in to the left of frame.
HB-IAN, Fokker F50, Crossair, taxiing to it’s stand at Geneva Cointrin, 29th October 1993.
Side view of a single propellor engined light aircraft flying at low level, just feet above a runway, with undercarriage and flaps extended. The plane's body is mostly white, with a red and dark blue stripe running along the body, and a dark blue tail. In the background, a large grassed area leads up to a grey hangar, with a propellor engined plane inside, and a single engined military aircraft parked outside, and part of a twin engined bizjet is visible in the lower left corner. Trees and fields extend to the horizon, all under a grey sky.
G-BJHB, Mooney M20J-201, on final approach to the active runway at North Weald, prior to Fighter Meet air show, 17th May 1992.
Side view of a twin engined jet airliner running along a runway from right to left at high speed during it's take off run. The planes body has a dark blue belly with a thin red stripe, while the upper half is grey, with dark blue "British Airways" titles on the upper forward fuselage. The tail has a blue top, with a promiently displayed Royal Crest, and a grey lower half, with a blue, grey, and red triangle. The front of the frame is taken up with grass, while fields lead off into the distance, giving way occasionally to trees and bushes. There is a large tank on a tall metal tower just behind the planes cockpit.
G-BNWW, Boeing 767-336ER, British Airways, accelerating along the runway at Edinburgh Turnhouse, 12th January 1995.