About this time Air France was modernizing its Postale Nuit fleet resulting in the disposal of all DC-3s and DC-4s, including the former F-BFGT seen here on delivery to Miami. On arrival it became 8P-AAA with Carib West Airways and lasted until the mid-1970s.
According to the US military guru Joe Baugher: 44-34768 converted to Grand Central A-26 N4852V. Fitted with tail-mounted magnetometer for surveying by Coastways & Associates in Europe 1966 and then in SE Asia. To Air Asia in 1967 and used for training in Taiwan, scrapped c. 1972
Delivered to BEA as G-AOYI in 1958. To Cambrian Airways in 1970. Merged into British Airways in 1973. To British Air Ferries in 1981 then to London European Airways as G-LOND in 1985. Back to British Air Ferries as G-AOYI in 1986. Back to G-LOND in 1987. Scrapped at Southend in 1993.
Leased from British Air Ferries from 1988 to 89. Delivered to BEA in 1958. To BKS Air Transport in 1969. Renamed Northeast Airlines in 1970. Merged into British Airways in 1974. To British Air Ferries in 1981. Renamed British World Airlines in 1993. To Interflight as 3C-PBH in 1999, Air Ogooue as 3D-JAP in 2001 and Global Airways as 9Q-CON in 2004. Probably scrapped at Kinshasa around 2008.