This aircraft was originally delivered to SAS as SE-DAI in February 1966. It went to the Swedish Air Force in November 1971. It became the property of the Flygvapenmuseum in January 1999 and was painted as SE-DAI. It was temporarily painted as OH-LSB with Finnair titles early 2012. By the time this photo was taken it had reverted to SE-DAI with titles removed but the Finnair logo still on the tail.
The one and only Caravelle VII was demonstrated to Australian domestic airlines in April 1962. Both TAA and Ansett-ANA opted for the Boeing 727-100. The VII was powered by General Electric CJ-805 aft-fan engines as fitted to the Convair 990. It was intended as a prototype for the longer Caravelle 10A for TWA, which was to be built by Douglas. Douglas decided to develop its own DC-9 and TWA went with it instead. F-BJAO was converted to a standard Caravelle III and delivered to Air France as F-BLKF.