Previously flying for American Eagle and Northwest Airlink, this 1989 Saab 340 was leased by Calm Air from March 1999 to July 2006. Corporate Express then leased it for a year until passed on to Transwest Air, where it is still current at the time of uploading.
Key Airlines was a former commuter airline that was at the time of this photo, owned by WorldCorp and operated charters to sun destinations. This 727 (originally N1632 with Northeast Airlines) was stored at Greenwood, MS in 1993 when the airline ceased flying. The aircraft was broken up by 1995.
Air Dale operated two Dash 8s and several Twin Otters for NorOntair, a subsidiary of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission of the Ontario Provincial government. The first airline to operate the Dash 8, Air Dale took delivery of this second aircraft on November 25, 1985. NorOntair shutdown on March 29, 1996 after the government withdrew subsidies needed to maintain operations in Northern Ontario. The aircraft went to Milne Bay Air as P2-MCH in December 1996. Re-named Airlines of Papua New Guinea in 2001 and PNG Air in 2015, this Dash 8 is still current at the time of uploading.