Resting between flights at Ronaldsway.
It's not too often these days that you get to see an ATP, and this particular one is at it's home airport where it was originally delivered to Manx Airlines back in 1988.
The BA Saab 2000 was a short lived service to the Isle of Man, now replaced by an ERJ as of the autumn schedule. Seen parked in the sunshine ready to take me back to London City.
First in the database of this 1985 Caravan, seen departing with another load of parachutists on a sunny afternoon at Headcorn.
Taking off for another flying lesson - up close with one of Andrewsfield's fleet.
Trial lessons can be hit and miss - some people love the light aircraft experience and others hate it. This guy seems impressed by the end of it.
A member of the Sheffield Aero Club, visiting Earls Colne for some maintenance.
Short final for RWY09 at Andrewsfield on a sunny afternoon.
Piper Cub, sun shining, doors open - some would call it 'proper' flying.
First in the database of this classic Yak-18, caught doing touch-and-go's at Andrewsfield on a sunny afternoon.
Up close with this 152 on short final for RWY09 at Andrewsfield.
The oddly shaped DA42, taxiing in after arrival.
A 45 year old Cherokee basking in the afternoon sunshine.
One of only 6 examples of the AT01 in the UK, sat in the sun at North Weald.
Wearing a brand new paint scheme since her last entry on the database.