View from right base for runway 14L on a sunny day at Blagnac after a short flight from LFDH
'Pollo' just landed from Muret and taxies for the platform
A330 final assembly line, and some new birds for different airlines being getting ready outside on a sunny day
The Jetstar was the first business jet fully developed as such, this one first flew in 1966 and is seen parked at Toulouse in very good shape.
Delivered in 2000 to Mesaba, this RJ85 is seen here in CDG being boarded for a flight to an European destination
Parked at Dublin getting ready for the next flight to DXB
Former Spanair EC-IEJ, this 2002 aircraft flies now for Vueling and is seen here getting ready for the first short flight that morning
The Stearman was the main trainer at the US during WW2, this preserved frame is based at Ste Leocadie in southern France
Beautiful CAP10 landing after an aerobatic training in this mountain airfield of Ste Leocadie (4331 ft)
1998-produced B744 taxiing to the active runway for another long haul flight.
Quebec Xray after landing at Tarbes, in the background the TARMAC platform full of stored aircraft.
Overview of Tarbes airport and the TARMAC facilities. A lot of A340 aircraft are stored here.
Nose view of the Fouga Magister training jet and its nose radio loop antennas. Museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
Concorde and Caravelle, the two greatest classics at the new aviation museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
The A300B2 proto -the first Airbus ever- was shamefully scrapped, but this 1985 Pan Am A300B4 was painted in the original Airbus colours to represent it. Museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac