Sun shining brilliantly right along the fuselage, makes the livery look slightly more appealing!
Pulling onto stand whilst the competition (Excel 738) has pushed-back behind.
Lift off from rwy 24L.
Climbing out from 24L. Seen in the distance is Virgin 744 G-VROM which departed before the Britannia 763.
Lift off from a very damp 24L.
A close-up tribute to the Britannia name before it totally disappears from the side of their aircraft, to become Thomsonfly.com.
Climbing away from 24L, with Virgin's G-VROM also in view, which departed previously to Yankee India.
BY217A to Barbados, rotating from 24L.
Lift off 24L on a wet Manchester morning
This 767 has a strong 'Jordy' (Newcastle) accent, looking at the registration ;-)
Canon 300D. 50-500mm Sigma.
'Snowy nose' well into the rotation, departing from runway 24L
Climbing from runway 24L on a gloomy morning. Concorde (G-BOAC) in the background (Fuji Finepix S7000)