The cockpit on the Piper Arrow.
The passenger 'cabin' on the Seneca, not too bad for 42 years old.
Back on stand after some Multi-Engine training, a look inside the 42 year old cockpit of this original Seneca I.
Flaring for arrival on RWY03 in the evening sunshine.
It's not too often you see a passenger A300 in Europe these days and so this was a nice catch in the evening sunshine in Lanzarote.
Over the fence for RWY03 wearing a colourful hybrid Hapag Lloyd/Sunwing livery.
Close-up as she crosses the fence for RWY03.
On short final over the hedge for RWY22L at Stapleford onboard this 1972 version of the Piper Seneca.
A very well kept Archer, based here at Fowlmere.
Final approach to RWY06 at Southend on a murky afternoon.
Sleap airfield on a sunny afternoon on a brief stopover during my CPL cross-country qualifier. I'd just flown in from Welshpool and now about to set off home to North Weald.
This livery looks particularly good on the Embraer, seeing here on initial climb out from RWY31.
An overview of the clubhouse and control tower at Welshpool, during a brief stopover on my CPL cross-country qualifier day out.
A very well kept farm strip in eastern Essex, with the owner about to take his own aircraft out flying. Seen whilst on a flying tour of various Essex airfields and strips.