Braking on 24R
Coming back from its first Rejected Take Off. Will be re-registered as 9V-SKA.
On display at the RAF Museum Cosford. This aircraft has the distinction of being both the first and last Devon operated by the RAF.
Rooted an old one out, Man Utd's logojet being displayed outside the viewing area on a dull afternoon
Painted to represent a machine operated by BEA, this is actually a Westland-built military machine (WP495) and not the real G-AJOV.
A little sharpening really brings out the waves in the fuselage skin just aft of the wing root - definitely some flexing going on there!
"The Great City of Klamath Falls" (under the FO's side window) on a short final to SEATAC.