This Turbo Dakota flew over the city of Goma in Eastern Congo, the aircraft belongs to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and is used for airdropping, medical supplies, passenger and medical team transports as well as reuniting people over long distances with their families.
The first commercial Turbo Dakota in Colombia, delivered to Villavicencio on 30 December 2013 as ZS-OJM and registered as HK-5016 on 5 April 2014. The militairy already operated some Basler turbine conversions, but this aircraft was the first turbine DC-3 in the Villavicencio cargo scene.
Aircraft still has International Committee of the Red Cross titles that were changed from "ICRC" to "IORO" some time prior to MFI acquiring it. The aircraft was abandoned for a number of years in South Africa and made airworthy by MFI and ferried to MFI headquarters in May 2017. Currently undergoing a complete restoration to bring it in line with MFI's other two DC-3-65TP aircraft.