Photo of the Day 30th January 2024.

Side view of a white and blue, twin propellor-engined airliner flying from left to right at a low altitude, with it's undercarriage lowered and flaps extended behind the wings, suggesting it is just about to land, with cloudy grey skies filling the rest of the frame.
G-BRLY, British Aerospace ATP, British Airways, in basic THT Turkish Air Transport colours, on final approach to Runway 24 at Manchester Airport, as seen from Ringway Road, some time after June 1993.

Close up fo the white tail of a blue and white, twin engined jet airliner with the engines mounted on the rear fuselage, taxiing from left to right, withgreen grass filling most of the rest of the frame.
PH-KL_, Fokker F100, KLM, at Berlin Tegel, 26th September 1996.


Closeup of the blue tail and fuselage (and bonus winglet in the bottom left corner) of a very large, 4 engined jet airliner taxiing from right to left, with a red, blue, and white Taegeuk symbol (related to the Chinese Yin-Yang) in the middle of both the tail and the winglet.
HL7491, Boeing 747-4B5, Korean Air LInes, at Zurich Kloten, 28th September 1996.


Close-up of the tails of 4 twin engined jet airliners parked facing to the left at a terminal building, with an expansive view of the airfield behind them.
A line-up of 4 Airbus A320 tails – from the left, D-AIQK, A320-211, Lufthansa, LZ-ABC, A320-231, Balkan Bulgarian, and EC-FBS and EC-FML, A320-211, both Iberia, at London Heathrow, some time between February 1992 and March 1996, as seen from the Glasshouse on the Queens Building.


Closeup of the white tail and blue and bare metal rear fuselage of a 3 engined jet airliner parked facing to the left, with a luggage belt raised to an open door in the lower rear fuselage, fiulled with bags, all under a grim grey sky.
PH-DT_, Douglas DC10-30, KLM, at Amsterdam Schipol, either 1992 or 1993.