It was that kind of day...
G-CCAE Jabiru UL-450, Scone
LX-JFU Pilatus PC-12
G-BSOU PA-38 Tomahawk
The sun sets at the end of Remembrance Sunday
About to depart back to Balado.
Almost a full propeller arc
The Aboyne glider tug. Note the extended exhaust and the towing point under the rudder
G-KAOM Motor Falke
A visiting motor glider from Portmoak
G-CDBS Bolkow 105
Helimed 76A lifts off on their second of three emergency call-outs today
Farewell to a friend
Family, friends, members of the Scottish Aero Club and his Loganair colleagues gather together to remember Sandy Torrance
Blue Formation making its run in
A formation fly-past by members of the Scottish Aero Club in memory of our friend Sandy Torrance
Formating up with Scone Airport in the background.
Blue 2 off our right wing.
Wearing its former RAF markings and serial XX695. Curiously it has C on the tail on this side and M on the other
G-DOFY Jetranger, Scone
Operated by Castleair and positioned at Scone ready for its next job.
N9425C Cessna 180
Registered to a trustee company OPTIMUS FUGA PACTUM - Best Flight pact. It's got some style.
A visitor from Eshott
Arriving for a fuel stop. Note the survey package mounted on the left hand skid
G-FAJM R44 and friends
The based R44, operated by Kingsfield helicopters in company with two based gyrocopters.
G-CIEN Spitfire mk.26
Dai taking it up for it's third test flight.
G-WNSP EC225 Super Puma
Visiting Scone to undertake a practice run in preparation for the replacement of a navigational beacon on a North Sea platform