Photo of the Day 18th July 2023

Side view of a single engined light aircraft parked facing to the right. The plane is mostly white, with a thick brown stripe covering most of the upper fuselage and thin orange and red stripes running along the middle of the body. The same design covers the spats over the fixed undercarriage, as well as on the tail. In the background, the rain-covered apron stretches off into the distance, giving way to grass which runs off to the airfield perimeter, vanishing in to the rain.
G-BIDP, Piper PA28-181 Cherokee Archer II, parked at Liverpool Speke, 22nd January 1993.

Side view of a twin engined jet airliner taxiing from left to right. The plane has a white front end and black rear end, with white stars scattered on the black part, and grey stars on the white, with an orange planet on the rear fuselage. ound, a couple of large grey hangars dominate the skyline, under a blue-grey sky.
G-POWC, Boeing 737-33A(QC), Titan Airways, rolling off Runway 05R at Manchester Airport, 18th July 2014.


Close up of the tail of a twin engined jet airliner taxiing from right to left. The planes body is mostly white, with a dark blue belly. The tail is covered in stylised clouds in red, dark blue, and yellow. In the background, a couple of very large 4 engined jet airliners are parked at a terminal building.
G-BZHA, Boeing 767-336ER, British Airways, at London Heathrow, some time in the late 1990s.


Close up of the tail of a twin propellor-engined airliner taxiing from left to right. the plane is mostly white, with a dark and light green stripe running along the body. The tail is a dark green, with a thick red stripe in the middle carrying 3 bent armoured legs all connected at the hip and Running in a circle The word "Manx" is painted on the top of the tail in white, with the registration "G-WAWL" at the base. In the background, yellowing grass leads off into the distance.
G-WAWL, British Aerospace Jetstream J41, Manx Airlines, at Edinburgh Airport, 12th January 1995.