DQ-FDY was part of a collection of derelict aircraft stored in the museum compound. The museum has since closed and the collection dispersed. The Heron is with the Central Australian Aviation Museum at Alice Springs in the livery it wore as VH-CLW with Alice Springs-based Connair.
Owned by Duchess of Brittany (Jersey) Ltd, this Heron is not part of the Air Atlantique Classic Flight collection but is under the care of them. It has been flying in these original and totally accurate Jersey Airlines colours since 1990. The aircraft, seen here receiving some tender loving care in the Air Atlantique Classic Flight hangar, was still flying out of Coventry by August 2018.
This Heron is the former G-ANUO, which was last operated by Topflight and Avtech in the 1980s and 1990s. Its registration was cancelled from the register on 8 Aug 1996, and a few months later, in Nov 1996, it was placed on display as seen here, in front of the former Croydon Airport's terminal building. It is falsely painted as G-AOXL of Morton Air Services, the last aircraft to make a passenger flight from Croydon Airport on 30 Oct 1959. By mid 2019 the aircraft was still on display here in much the same condition.