Photo of the Day 10th August 2023

Side view of a twin engined jet airliner taxiing from right to left. The plane is mostly white, with a dark green band around the rear fuselage and tail, with a thin, bright green band just in front of it. There are dark green "Aer Lingus" titles on the upper forward fuselage, just in front of a bright green leafy plant. The engines are also this dark green. In the background, a twin engined jet airliner is parked on the left of the frame, in front ofa couple of grey buildings, with luggage containers lined up in front of it.
EI-LRE, Airbus A321-253NX, Aer Lingus, taxiing to the active runway at Manchester Airport, 17th January 2023.

Side view of a single engined jet fighter aircraft in a museum, facing to the right of the camera. The plane is painted in a grey and olive green camoflage scheme, light grey belly and undersides of the wings. There is a yellow letter "U" on the middle of the fuselage, over the wings., with a blue, white, and red roundel with a blue bar outlined in yellow and containing a yellow arrowhead pointing forwards on each side towards the rear. The tail has an insignia made up of blue, white, and red bars.
XB812, Canadair CL-13 Sabre F.4 (a license-built North American F-86 Sabre), Royal Air Force, on display at RAF Museum, Hendon, 4th March 1996.


Side view of a high-winged, 4 engined jet airliner being towed from left to right. The plane is covered in a yellowish-green paint, with only the rear of the tail painted white, and silver-coloured engine pods hanging below the wings. There is a person in a yellow hi-viz jacket standing by the plane's nose cone. In the background, trees line the airfield perimeter, with a hill rising in the distance, slowly vanishing in to haze.
G-6-209, British Aerospace 146-300, painted in a primer to protect the planes skin, being towed at British Aerospace’s Woodford plant, 8th June 1992.