NOTICE: feel free to upload your own pics of aircraft over your home, but as this topic is home-spotting only, aircraft photos from airports are not permitted. There are plenty of topics for those.
Recently, I’ve noticed an increase of EGLL traffic (and some EGKK traffic) over my house. My local airport is Farnborough, but I mostly see approach traffic for Heathrow and Gatwick.
Since my camera has a decent zoom (if you have digital zoom enabled) (90X, 20X optical), I figured it would be a fun idea to try to snap a few pics of the commercial aircraft over my house. (I also got a helicopter in, probably from Farnborough)
Anyway, here they are. Also, feel free to correct me if I mis-label the aircraft.
British Airways A321 (Community-corrected by @Insertusernamehere and @MishaCamp)
British Airways A320
British Airways 767 (I know they’re old, but I think BA still operate a limited, adapted few)
British Airways A321 (Community-corrected by @Insertusernamehere and @mishacamp)
Iberia Express A320 (Special Livery, I think it may be this one - (I do NOT own the image that is shown in this link): http://www.airteamimages.com/pics/260/260703_800.jpg
British Airways A321 (Community-corrected by @MishaCamp)
TAP Portugal A319 Tail Code: CS-TTR (Community-corrected by @International)
Aeromexico 787-8 (Lets be honest this one was easy)
British Airways 747-400 (Another easy one) This one came over very low so it was either heavily loaded, or was set for a slightly lower approach. I often see 747s come over this low, but this one was particularly low and particularly loud)
AugustaWestland ______ ? I don’t have much helicopter knowledge so someone will have to inform me on the full title of this aircraft.
British Airways 747-400 (Same one as earlier, pictures are out of order so sorry about that). One thing worth mentioning is how this one was so low, even the engine cones (with the swirls on them) are clearly visible!
Another TAP Portugal A319. (Yes, this one was different, I remember taking a separate picture of a different TAP aircraft) (Community-clarified by @International)