XV299 Taking off Rwy 24 whilst appearing at the Southend Air Show 2005.
XV299 "The business end of things" Taxi-ing in to take part in the Southend Air Show 2005
Look at how dirty the upper surfaces are.
Check out the Look out in the bubble above the cockpit, also the long sheep in the background from the slower shutter speed/panning effect
One of the Green RAF Hercs (Special Ops) seen turning over some spectacular scenery low level in the Lake District
One of the Green RAF Hercs (Special Ops) seen passing through the narrow approach to one of the Lakes in the Lake District.
The port inboard engine nacelle is painted green.
Part of a three ship detachment for parachute training in the Scottish Highlands.
(cn 4220) Unit: LTW. Departing to Brize Norton (BZZ / EGVN), landed late evening on Sat 12 Feb 2005 for a night-stop over in Malta.
cn: 4220; code: 199; unit: LTW. Lifting off from rwy 32 enroute to Brize Norton (BZZ / EGVN), landed late evening on Sat 12 Feb 2005 for a night-stop over in Malta.
Note the frozen spirals behind the engines.
Flying gracefully and very low through a Welsh valley. I really love to be that guy in the glass canopy on top of the fuselage, that sight must be amazing.
Taxiing for RW31
XV220 / 220 (cn 4247) entering park 9 from Echo. Note the DC-8 African International behind. Was very happy to see such an old aircraft.
code: 220 unit: LTW. Ramp shot at Park 4 at Malta International Airport.