It looks good. When shooting prop planes you get a nicer look with more prop blur. Typically a minimal shutter speed of 1/320 was recommended when I was expiating this. I find you need even slower than that which makes it tougher because you need to be steadier. Just in case you want to experiment more but there is nothing with your shot.
The prop blur did cross my mind and that is one of the reasons I used this shot for posting. The runway was perpendicular to my shooting position so this shot presented the best angle before the plane got too far away. I couldn't operate the zoom with my left hand because it was through the fence supporting the lens. My main thought was to try and get a sharp shot. As a result the second set of shots were at 1/1250sec although they didn't come out any sharper. Once my hit rate improves I can look at 'special' effects.
I still need a lot of practice with my panning technique. I have also picked up a gimbal head to try and mitigate some of my hand holding problems with the tamron.