I'll kick off with the following 3:
Since 2013 we are able to receive widebodies, but it took 5 years to finally welcome the first one. As such, a full stop widebody is still a relatively rare occurance for anyone at the airport. This year, we welcomed our second one (both were operated by Atlas Air B747's). Whereas I took it upon me to collect photos last year, this year I was the chosen one to marshall it. A very cool experience for sure! I put my GoPro to good use as well, if you're interested you can see the video here: https://youtu.be/0IPbLvFlpFA
2019 was also the year that I finally nailed a proper mooncrosser. A very clear sky, lots of tracking on FR24, freezing my ass off outside and a bit of luck all paid off in the end. After cropping, I was left with just over 1024px. Although not the best quality, still a pretty decent result and very happy with that.
The third photo was a tough choice between this one and an An-74, but in the end the story and thought behind the photo was the deciding factor. Early June, I went to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of D-Day. A lot of Dakotas were scheduled to come, from all over the world. Some of the original D-Day squadron birds were also present and a huge para drop was organized at one of the original dropzones. Several passes of DC-3's overhead, paras everywhere. What a sight.
Let the plugfest begin
Happy 2020 to you all!