Libyan-registered aircraft doing touch-and-go practice.
Just landed on runway 32.
No. 4 engine with open cover. Royal International Air Tattoo 2005.
Taken from another aircraft on arrival.
Short final for runway 14.
Royal International Air Tattoo 2005.
With a southerly wind and good visibility (admittedly a rare combination here in summer), you can get AMS-style banking shots from MLA. This is Air Malta's newest A320 on the turn after departing ... (more)
Lightning F2 nose section held at the Malta Aviation Museum, Ta' Qali. This aircraft had provision for four cannon, which is a rarity as Lightnings did not have more than two.
Taken from the viewing gallery.
Returning from a successful sortie ... I mean display. Malta International Airshow 2005.
I'm pretty sure this aircraft did not take off on flat tyres! Must be an optical effect of some sort.
An attractive airliner in an attractive livery, shown here climbing off runway 32 and opening its undercarriage doors for retraction. Note the painted-out strip above the rear fuselage windows.
Back on active duty with Air Malta after a long time on lease with other operators.
Returning to the stand. Royal International Air Tattoo 2005.