This aircraft operated for a number of airlines as PH-ARO. Here it is still in the colours of Linair (libya). It went to Air Anglia in November 1976, initially as PH-ARO and in these colours with Air Anglia titles. Re-reg G-BFDS in October 1977. To NLM CityHopper in December 1978, again as PH-ARO, and in fact I flew on it several times as such. Eventually ended up with the Guatemalan Air Force in 1984. Converted to 400M. Reported seen stored at La Aurora, Guatemala City International in 2016.
This 1948 Ercoupe looks unloved as it sits covered in dust in a hangar at Antwerp in 1977. The reg was cancelled in 1980 but after many years in storage it was restored as EI-CIH, then G-BZKS. It was current in 2018 as F-AZOV. Scanned from a slide
A recent addition to the European warbird fleet, this is probably the first time a Boomerang has appeared in Europe. Owned by a Dutchman by the c/s "Boomer", it is based at EBAW. It is a compound aircraft consisting of various Boomerang and T-6 parts. The original A46-139 had as its c/n 962.