The last of the airline's planes based at Leeds Bradford Airport has left to begin the next chapter of its operational life.
The empty aircraft, registered G-zbap, took off at 1.40pm on Friday for the final time in Monarch livery. It is thought to be heading for Norway following the airline's collapse.
Monarch's 35-strong fleet are likely to be sold or leased to other airlines, having been grounded since the start of the month.
The pilot of another Monarch plane performed a farewell 'wing wave' gesture when departing the Leeds Bradford runway for Shannon in Ireland earlier this month.
Photographer Andrew Easby captured this image of the plane leaving.