Three aircraft of Frecce Tricolori take off at an International Air Tattoo, MM6242 was 6 and MM6311, 10. The display by these large aircraft was never anything less than superb. Canon AE-1, Vivitar 70-210 Series 1 zoom and Kodachrome 25
Soon after Bleriot made his first crossing of the English Channel, the Humber motor car company obtained a licence to build the aircraft in the UK at Coventry and one was imported from France and a further twelve were built. The first appeared in 1910 powered by a 30Hp three cylinder Humber engine based on the Anzani design. The engine on this replica is original.
This photo on a grey winter day gives a taste of late 1970s Heathrow. The main subject has just had a push-back. To the left two other BA Tridents can be seen, both carrying the earlier liveries. A British Midland Viscount is parked away from the terminal as is a Finnair Caravelle.