Originally delivered to Trans-Canada Airlines as CF-TGQ in Jun 1955, and acquired by Air Inter on 6 Mar 1964. It was registered as F-BMCF on 14 Mar 1964 and served with the airline as such until withdrawn from use on 25 Jul 1975. The aircraft was then donated to the Institut Aéronautique Amaury de la Grange that same month for instructional use. The instructional use had ceased by the mid 1980s, and in about 1987 the aircraft was restored in full Air Inter colours and moved the the institute's entrance to serve as a gate guard, as seen here.
This Caravelle (ex Sterling OY-SAG) served with Air Inter since January 1982. It was withdrawn from use in the early 1990s and donated to the Institut Aéronautique Amaury de la Grange on 26 May 1993, for instructional use. It was still there by mid 2017.
The Mercure was designed as a competitor to the Boeing 737-100 and 200 series. It first flew in 1971 and served with Air Inter, almost entirely within France due to a very poor range. This example is preserved at Speyer
Originally delivered to Air France 26 October 1960 before transfer to Air Inter (Lignes Aériennes Intérieures) 20 March 1974. Leased to Altair Linee Aeree as F-BHRS 7 May 1983. Written off after an aborted takeoff and fire damage as a result of an uncontained No.2 engine centrifugal compressor rotative disintegration at Malpensa Airport, Milan, Italy 2 July 1983.