Delivered new to Northeast Airlines as N6598C in 01.59 serving until 09.63. Adapted for executive use and flown by Go Transportation as N200RC between 05.77 and 10.87. To XA-SCM in 06.92 and crashed near Mexico City 27th July 1992.
Originally delivered to Aer Lingus as EI-AJK in Feb 58. It went on to operate for a variety of carriers before being acquired by British World Airlines in Apr 93 who operated it on Royal Mail flights with this livery. Just over a month after this photo it was re-reg G-OPFE. Sadly it was damaged beyond economical repair in a wheels up landing at Belfast 24 Mar 96.
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 It was registered as F-BMCF on 14 Mar 1964 and served with the airline as such until withdrawn from use on 25 Jul 1975.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 Viscount was originally delivered to BEA in July 1858 and eventually ended its days as 9Q-CDN with Global Airways. In 2004 the frame was stored at N'djili International (FIH), Kinshasa and was eventually scrapped.