11 Swiss Air Force F-18 Hornets arriving at RAF Lossiemouth on Monday 12th of November as the prepare for 2 weeks of routine exercises in Scotland.
The day leading up to the very first Emirates 777 flight to Edinburgh Airport was action packed with plenty of different planes and airlines from a variety of US and European carriers to see.
Turkish Airlines brand new Boeing 737 MAX delivered to the airline on the 22cnd September 2018, seen here operating its first flight to Edinburgh Airport on Monday the 1st of October from Istanbul.
The very first Emirates 777 flight arriving into Edinburgh from Dubai. This follows the news earlier in the year that Etihad Airways were to cease their flights from Abu Dhabi to the Scottish capital ending on Sunday 30th September.
Emirates 777 flight EK35 from Dubai to Newcastle , going around due to heavy turbulence on approach before then making a heavy landing at the airport.
Storm Ali brought winds of up to 50kts and higher which battered the North East. These conditions saw 4 aircraft opt to go around and attempt another approach to loand whilst others even diverted into Newcastle due to the wind being so strong in Edinburgh.
Air Maltas A320neo 9H-NEO featuring the Nickelodeon special livery. Departing runway 31 at Malta International Airport ,on Sunday 2cnd of September, operating flight KM102 to London Heathrow.
Flybes newly painted livery on their Bombardier Dash8 G-JECP seen here following its rollout from the hangar before performing some engine runs.
A special movement you don’t often see at Edinburgh Airport was this special livery Air France A320, with Sharklets, F-HEPI operating the Paris Charles De Gaulle flight in July.
A very rare movement to see in the NorthEast. An MD-83 operated by DAT (Danish Air Transport) on a one off flight from Esbjerg in Denmark.
These two USAF C-5 super Galaxy aircraft arriving at Prestwick Airport on Wednesday morning, bringing with them US President Donald Trumps entourage of security personnel and vehicles in preparation for his visit to Scotland.
Inaugural Hainan Airlines A330 departing Dublin Airport on Tuesday 12th June for it’s first flight to Beijing.