Photo of the day 26th June 2023

Low view of a twin engined jet airliner flying at low altitude almost directlydirectly overhead, with it' undercarriage being stowed in the wing root, and flaps deployed from the back of the wings, and it's nose slightly raised, indicating it has just taken off. The lower fuselage is a light grey, with a yellow stripe running along the middle of the fuselage, turning a dark blue just in front of the wing, then running to the rear, where it runs up in to the tail. The large main undercarriage doors in the wing root are still partially open. In the background, the sky is a flat grey.
VT-JEG, Boeing 777-53RER, Jet Airways, passing over Myrtle Avenue shortly after leaving Runway 09L at London Heathrow, 3rd April 2014.

Close-up head-on view of a twin engined jet airlinerparked facing right at the camera. The plane has a glazed nose cone
RA-65760, Tupolev Tu134-AK, in Aeroflot colours, taken from an open-topped photo-bus at Woodford Air Show, 26th June 1993.
Side view of a twin engined jet airliner taxiing from left to roight. The plane is almost entirely white, with large "Aero Lloyd" titles on the lower forward fuselage, and a geometric design on the tail in red, blue, and white. The same design is also on the engine cowlings. In the background, yellow luggage carts and luggage belts are lines up, along with white mobile airstairs. In the distance, some construction work is going on at the far reaches of the apron.
D-ALAB, Airbus A320-232, Aero Lloyd, taxiing at Frankfurt Airport, 21st September 1996.
Side view of a twin propellor-engined buisness aircraft flying from right to left at low level, with undercarriage lowered and flaps extended from the rear of the wings. The planes body is a light cream colour, with a blue stripe running along the body, before sweeping up in to the tail. The registration "D-IBER" is on the lower rear fuselage in blue, and the number "300" is at the top of the tail in cream. Behind, the sky is a flat grey.
D-IBER, Beechcraft Super King Air 300LW, on final approach to
Hamburg Fuhlsb├╝ttel, 26th October 1993.
Side view of a 4 engined jet airliner taxiing from right to left. The plane has a grey lower half, with a white upper, with a thick red stripe running along the fuselage. There are red "Air Canada Cargo" titles on the upper forward fuselage, with the word "Express" in blue and red below it over the stripe. In the background is a large white 3 engined jet airliner, with a red stripe on the body, and Martinair Holland titles. Behind that are brown buildings with red and white trim.
C-FTIK, Douglas DC8-73AF, Air Canada Cargo, taxiing out to the active runway from the World Cargo Centre at manchester Airport, some time before October 1994.