This Delfin was TOC by the Ceskoslovenske Vojenske Letectvo in 1969 and transferred over to the Slovaks on 1st january 1993. It is now on display amongst a small but very interesting line-up of preserved aeroplanes at Nitra.
The Czechoslovak Air Force redesignated its Fishbed-Js that had been re-engined with the Tumanskiy R13-300 engine as 'MiG-21MA', as they also were equipped with the RP-21MA radar. This example was TOC by the Czechoslovak AF in July, 1969 and retired in December, 1992 and is now on display in the small museum at Nitra.
This Albatros was built as a -39ZA December 1980 and TOC with the Ceskoslovenske Vojenske Letectvo in December 1980 and transferred over to the Slovaks on 1st January 1993. In 2002 it was upgraded to -39ZAM standard and is now on display at the small museum at Nitra.
This L-410 was delivered to the Czechoslovak AF in July 1975. It was converted to MA-standard (with Walter M601B engines) and then transferred to the Slovak AF in January 1993. It is now on display at the Vojenské Historické Múzeum at Pieštany,