Close-up of the grey A-4N Shyhawk from BAE Systems Flight Systems, sunbathing on the ramp during the spottersday for the celebration of "50 years Phantom II" & "35 years Phantom in Germany".
Latest new build Hawk T2 destined for the Royal Air Force.
This 1-11 first flew in 1965, and was the first flying -400 series version of the airliner. It now resides here at the Brooklands Museum, cared for by willing volunteers.
Two residents of the AVP in the Summer sunshine. The former pride of the British Airways fleet, G-BOAC, now rests forlornly next to the similarly earthbound RJX100.
Sitting inside the AVP, Manchester.
Lining up for departure.
A beautiful day for taking photos - this aircraft still resides at the Aviation Viewing Park, but may never have looked better as with this dusting of snow in the low December sunlight. Unfortuna... (more)
Looking down on the RJ.
Spotter Day 2008