As I understand it, Chairman Mao flew in this plane (or at least a C-47 with serial 476650) to atttend the Chongqing Negotiations in 1945. The TS-62 designator signifies that, due to a shortage of powerplants, after the Second World War this C-47 was fitted with Russian built ASh-62IR (АШ-62ИР) engines.
GX Airlines (or to give it its full name Guangxi Beibu Gulf Airlines) is based at Nanning Wuxu with a fleet at the time of writing of 16 ERJ-190s and six A320s. It was established by Tianjin Airlines in 2015 in a joint venture with a local investment group, hence the similarity of colour scheme.
This F-102A was originally delivered to the USAF and then passed to the Hellenic AF as 56-1052. it was acquired for display by the Netherlands around 1997 and is is on display in these fake USAF markings at the Nationaal Militair Museum, located at the former Soesterberg Air Base, near Utrecht.
Of over 200 737s operated by China Southern, this one was a recent delivery in June 2018. I flew Wuhan-Zhuhai on another example and rather bizarrely had seat 49K - the cabin rows started at 31 with no seats D, E, F or G!
The AEG G.IV was a tactical bomber featuring an all metal, welded-tube frame, making it a rugged and strong aircraft but, although easy to fly, it was dogged by very short-range. This example was shipped to Canada as a war trophy in 1919 and is on display at the Canada Aviation & Space Museum. It is significant as not only the single one of it's type extant but of any preserved German, twin-engined combat aircraft from WWI. Note, the engines installed are not original and the museum is actively seeking replacements.