Saturday 2nd February 2019 - Vueling Airbus A320-232 EC-MNZ in special "I Love Barcelona" livery

easyJet Switzerland Airbus A320-214 HB-JXA was a morning arrival operating a seasonal ski service from Geneva

Ukraine Air Alliance Antonov An-12BP UR-CGW spent the day parked on the Elmdon Apron

Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics Airbus A320-212 EC-MVG departed off Runway 33 to Fuerteventura

Lufthansa Airbus A320-214 D-AIWC operated their flight from Frankfurt. The aircraft is in their new livery and this was it's first visit to BHX

Emirates Airbus A380-842 A6-EUP departed off 33 operating the EK40 flight to Dubai

Global Jet Luxembourg LX-FLY Bombardier Global Express 6000 LX-FLY spent the day parked on the Elmdon Apron

Vueling A320-232 EC-MNZ was an afternoon departure to Barcelona. The aircraft is in the special "I Love Barcelona" livery scheme

Saturday 5th January 2019 - Wamos Air Boeing 747-419 EC-MDS operating for TUI

Wamos Air Boeing 747-419 EC-MDS parked on 80's stands after touching down from Cancun early morning. The aircraft positioned in from Madrid Thursday evening and operated a TUI Dreamliner flight on Friday morning

Air Malta Airbus A320-214 9H-AEK parked outside the MAEL hangar. The aircraft is in for maintenance

Friday 4th January 2019 - Monarch Aircraft Engineering falls into administration

Birmingham based engineering arm of collapsed airline Monarch has gone bust with the loss of 408 jobs.

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) is "unsustainable in its present form", administrators KPMG said.

Attempts to restructure the firm - taken over in October by Greybull Capital - had failed, KPMG confirmed.

The union Unite accused Luton airport-based MAEL of failing to consult employees before the collapse and said it was taking legal action.

Airline Monarch, which was also owned by Greybull, collapsed in 2017, leading to more than 1,800 workers being made redundant and the flights and holidays of about 860,000 people being cancelled.

"Following the administration of other Monarch entities in 2017, MAEL sought to build its customer base to replace the loss of business from the former airline," David Pike, restructuring partner at KPMG, said.

Source: BBC News