Built as a E18S in 1956, this Beech 18 was converted to a PAC Aero Turbo Tradewind in 1965. Ministic Air bought it from Union Flights (N25SM) in January 1991. Unfortunately the aircraft undershot an approach in poor weather and impacted a frozen lake at Little Grand Rapids, MB on May 2, 1992. Wreckage was recovered from the lake by K & K Aircraft and taken to Bridgewater, VA as a source of parts.
This 1976 F-28 was originally delivered the Ivory Coast Government as TI-VAB. Remaining in Côte d'Ivoire with Air Ivoire and Peace Air Togo as TU-TIN and TU-TIZ, the aircraft returned to Holland sometime after 1995. Sold to Time Air in November 1997, it was registered C-GTIZ . Pictured in Canadian Regional's "proud wings" livery, the aircraft would retire after Canadian Airline's purchase by Air Canada and their respective regional partners merged to form Jazz.
The third BAe-146 built is photographed with Aspen Airways operating for United Express. Aspen would be bought by fellow United Express airline Air Wisconsin in 1990 and merged in 1991. This aircraft was eventually flown by National Jet Systems registered VH-NJX from 2005 until stored in 2009. It was broken up by 2012.
Post war C-47D 45-1115 , converted to a VC-47D in 1950, was sold to Desert Air Parts in October 1972 registered N17777. Imported into Canada as C-GCZG in January 1975 by Ontario Central Airlines, the aircraft was a fixture in Winnipeg for almost twenty years. Withdrawn by Air Manitoba in May 1992, it was sold to Buffalo Airways in January 1994. Registered to Aviation Boreal in May 1995, it was damaged beyond repair landing on frozen Kenty Lake in Quebec when one ski hit a snowbank and collapsed the landing gear.