Well Justin, alongside EZY A319s, you get their 737s, quite a few Ryanair 738s (look out for the Dreamliner, Cable and Wireless and City of Nykoping ones), BMI
ERJs and the usual British charter stuff, Thomsonfly 757s, My Travel A320/321s, First Choice A321s etc.
The thing that makes EMA
special though (when there's something to see and it's not freezing) is it's obscure stuff. On an evening it gets a lot of cargo traffic, especially DHL 757s and A300s. Also there are two UPS 767s that land within 5 minutes of each other, a Star Air 762F, Gemini DC10, Lufthansa MD11, TNT A300s and 146s and all sorts of weird and wonderfull props. That will all be after dark at this time of year though, as most cargo movements start about 8pm.
There are still some cargo movements in daylight, but not as frequent. You might see some of the DHL 757s moving about and I've seen AN124s come in and out during daylight and on some days there is a Kalitta 747 that comes in. There are also a fair amount of bizjet movements on most days, including a brand new Gulfstream, owned by JCB.
Although I was disappointed on Sunday because of how quiet it was, it's one of those airports that's always worth a visit, as you never know what will turn up!
I did see this today, which is very unusual, in that it is in not hybrid MyTravel/Airtours colours, but hybrid MyTravel/Skyservice colours:
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Obviously missing something....