Still out of order, but getting there!
London City could almost be described as “Embraer City” with a number of operators using Embraer ERJ190 and ERJ170 aircraft [particularly the dominant operator, British Airways]. Having said that, there are also DHC8, SF2000, RJ85 and other types operated here, plus a number of business jets.
Anyway, in this post I have some ERJ190’s from Alitalia and British Airways/ Cityflyer and another photo of a Stobart Air/ Flybe ATR72 at Ronaldsway [EGNS]. First up though is a picture of the front entrance to London City airport from the previous evening.
|London City Airport front entrance|
Next up are a few of the aircraft at London City. First is an Embraer ERJ-190-100LR, EI-RND, which is operated by Alitalia. This is in the Skyteam alliance livery.
|Embraer ERJ-190-100LR, EI-RND, operated by Alitalia|
Here’s a BA Cityflyer [British Airways] operated ERJ-190-100SR, G-LCYO, which is operated by BA Cityflyer [British Airways].
|Embraer ERJ190-100SR, G-LCYO, operated by BA Cityflyer [British Airways]|
Another Alitalia aircraft, also an Embraer ERJ-190-100STD, EI-RNE.
|Embraer ERJ-190-100STD, EI-RNE, operated by Alitalia|
The next few photos are of my ride to Ronaldsway in the Isle of Man. I’ve I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the aircraft is a Saab 2000, G-CDKA, which is operated by Eastern Airways in British Airways colours.
The aircraft is getting a bit old… several of the exterior windows appeared to be badly scratched. Oh well 🙂
|Saab 2000, G-CDKA, operated by Eastern Airways|
|A look out of the aircraft… but notice how scratched up the window is!|
|Another scenic view – last land before the Isle of Man|
One last picture from the Isle of Man – a Stobart Air/ Flybe operated ATR72-500, EI-REL.
|ATR-GIE ATR72-500, EI-REL, operated by Stobart Air for Flybe|