Still in the Maersk livery but bearing the titles of a new Danish charter operator. Seen climbing away from runway 14.
Taken from the spectators' gallery.
Royal International Air Tattoo 2005.
Short final for runway 14.
Returning from a successful sortie ... I mean display. Malta International Airshow 2005.
Libyan-registered aircraft doing touch-and-go practice.
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 another aircraft on arrival.
The Wefly! team's smoketrails forming striking patters in the windy conditions. Malta International Airshow 2010.
Recovered from the seabed in 1995 and ten years on at a well advanced stage in its restoration by the Malta Aviation Museum. The Museum hopes to restore it to taxiing condition and the aircraft al... (more)
Taken from the viewing gallery.
An elegant French warplane. Royal International Air Tattoo 2005.
I'm pretty sure this aircraft did not take off on flat tyres! Must be an optical effect of some sort.