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Comment / Not the greatest of photos with some clutter in the foreground, but still good to see another Boeing 727 gracing the tarmac at Stansted, this one being of 1983 vintage. Saudi Oger is the name of a construction company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Comment / N307UP arrives at Stansted during what was an unusually quiet spell for a Friday evening.

Comment / PH-XRZ slows down on runway 05 after arriving from Rotterdam. Notice the hot air ballon enjoying a calm summer's evening just to the south of the airfield.

Comment / A classic sits on the northside at Stansted, as an Air Berlin 737 departs 05 in the background. This private 727 was originally delivered to United in 1967, and converted into a corporate airliner in 1981. She then served as N341TC and P4-ONE, before taking up the registration P4-FLY not so long ago.

Comment / A welcome visitor to Stansted this evening, arriving as TAY975B on runway 23 from the large TNT hub at Leige. Now flying as a freighter aircraft, OO-TND was originally delivered to Piedmont Airlines in March 1987, and later flew with USAir and US Airways. UPDATE 15/06/2006 - This aircraft made an emergency landing at Birmingham this morning with no right hand side undercarriage gear. The flight was originally enroute from Leige to Stansted, but was forced to divert to East Midlands due to bad visibility at Stansted. It seems that the aircraft then made a poor landing at East Midlands, losing the right undercarriage in the process, and as a result opted to make an emergency landing at Birmingham.

Comment / EI-DAP is one of the first aircraft in the fleet to wear 'updated' winglets, now with Ryanair titles.

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