When I read this question asking for identification of the aircraft, my immediate question was:
What is that duck tape for?
Whether you call it duck tape or duct tape, why is it being applied to the nacelle?
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It's not duct tape. It's speed tape.
Speed tape is an aluminum pressure-sensitive tape used to do minor repairs on aircraft and racing cars. It is used as a temporary repair material until a more permanent repair can be carried out.
Probably just got a bit of a gap around the cowling or perhaps a loose fastener or two. It's common practice for sealing minor gaps and things until it's next in the hangar for work.
Whilst I was Googling for speed tape, I also found these:
This is how the wonderful British "tabloid" press deal with aviation stories. Top marks for getting the "shocked passenger" phrase in.