A great aviation photo can inspire the traveler in all of us. Whether a gorgeous shot of a private jet getting ready for takeoff, an image of the tip of an aircraft wing flying over an exciting new destination, or even photography of the amazing mechanical details of an aircraft – aviation photography fascinates all of us.

Image Source: Alex Peake

At PrivateFly, we’re clearly big aviation fans. We love highlighting the best aviation photographs, including images from our in-house aviation photographer, Alex Peake (See photos Alex took during his trip to EBACE last year). We even held an aviation photography contest back in 2013 to celebrate 50 years of the LearJet, judged by some of the leading names in photography. This unearthed some absolutely amazing and dramatic images including Nick Gleis’ stunning image (below) which won the “Ground” category.

And we want to showcase even more aviation photographs – but this time we’re not looking for just professional photographers – passengers, pilots, plane spotters, aviation geeks, airport fans: we want everyone to participate and enjoy sharing their favorite aircraft photos.

PrivateFly is creating a unique and exciting opportunity to showcase aviation photography from around the world, at all skill levels. Whether you are a professional aviation photographer or just a frequent traveler who loves to capture aircraft or images from the air, we want to celebrate your best pictures!

To enter, follow these 3 easy steps:

Each month, we’ll choose the best aviation photo that was posted using this hashtag and showcase it across our PrivateFly platforms. This includes our various international blogs, websites, social media accounts, and newsletters.

This is a unique opportunity for you and your photo to be seen by thousands of people from around the world. We’ll be showcasing our first winner in a few weeks – so make sure you come back to see if your photo made the cut!

So get out there, snap away, and start sending us some of your best aviation shots you’ve got! We can’t wait to see them.

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*Terms & Conditions: PrivateFly does NOT claim ANY ownership rights in photos that you post online using the hashtag and tagging PrivateFly. However, by posting a photo and using #JetSpotter or tagging PrivateFly, you hereby grant to PrivateFly a non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, revocable, non-transferable, perpetual licence to use, modify, delete from, add to, publicly display and/or reproduce, your photo, including without limitation in any online media formats and through any social media channels, pages or accounts. 
If your photo is used on PrivateFly’s digital or social platforms (including PrivateFly.com), your name and/or business will always be credited. We may also choose at our sole discretion to link back to your website or business social media profile. 
You can revoke this licence at any time by contacting us in writing at sasha@privatefly.com and informing us that you no longer want us to use your photo.