Photo of the Day 25th May 2023

Close up of the forward fuselage of a jet airliner. The plane is a bright orange, with the white number 200, and sideways "easyJet's 200th Airbus" titles under the cockpit, large white letters "ea" on the forward fuselage just aft of the forward doors, black letters "UI" on the nosewheel gear door. The 2 members of the flight crew are visible in the cockpit, as well as several passengers visible through the cabin windows. In the background, green grass and stretches of tarmac lead up to tall trees in the distance, with bright white sky beyond that.
G-EZUI, Airbus A320-214, EasyJet, also known as The Flying carrot, in a special colour scheme to mark EasyJet’s 200th Airbus aircraft, taxiing past the AVP after landing on Runway 23R at Manchester Airport, 5th September 2013.

Side view of a twin engined bizjet parked facing to the right. The plane is mostly black, with grey trim, and the registration "OY-ONE" in silver on the engines. In the background, the airfield runs pretty much flat to the horizon, where the white/grey sky fills the rest of the frame.
OY-ONE, Cessna 501 Citation I SP, parked at Nice Airport, 9th October 1996


Side view of a single propellor engined trainer aircraft parked facing to the left. The plane is mostly grey, with a bright red stripe running along the belly, moving slightly up the fuselage as it moved rearwards, then sharply angling up to the top of the fuselage. There is a red, white, and blue roundel outlined in yellow, on the rear fuselage, followed by the serial "312-US". There is also a red stripe on the tail, with the number "500"at the top. Under the wings are large grey external fuel tanks. The background has a bright orange plane on the right side, bright sky filling the rest of the frame.
500/312-US, Embraer EMB.312F Tucano, Armee de l’Air (French Air Force), on static display at Woodford Air Show, 6th June 1998.


Side view of a single-seat, single engined, bi-plane light aircraft parked facing to the right. The plane is mostly white, with brown, red, orange, and yellow stripes runnnig from the rear, along the body, growing wider as they move forward until the join together to form the head of an eagle, with similarly coloured stripes on the upper and lower wings resembling feathers. Behind it are a couple of red and white single engined, twin (side -by-side seat) light trainer aircraft, the nearest one with it's canopy slid back.
G-EGUL, Christen Eagle II, on static display at North Weald Fighter Meet, 11th May 1996.


Side view of a high-winged, 4 propellor-engined cargo aircraft taxiing from right to left. The plane has a grey lower half, the upper half is white, with a thin blue and red stripe above a thick blue stripe, seperating the 2 halves, with the words "HeavyLift" in blue and red over a gap in the stripes. The registration "PK-PLR" is also contained in the thick blue stripe, this time i grey. The tail is red, with a large white letter "H", which appears to be casting a dark blue shadow to the lower left. In the background, alternating strips of grass and tarmac give way to large brown hangars which are vanishing in to haze in the far distance, all under an ominous grey sky.
PK-PLR, Lockheed L100-30 Hercules, Heavylift, taxiing at Frankfurt Airport, 16th October 1996.