This L-410 was delivered to the Czechoslovak AF in July 1975. It was converted to MA-standard (with Walter M601B engines) and then transferred to the Slovak AF in January 1993. It is now on display at the Vojenské Historické Múzeum at Pieštany,
This unmarked Turbolet, not the best picture but 9Qs are interesting, was seen during its take-off from Goma. It's not clear to what company the aircraft belonged at that time, but most probably it was registered with Safe Air Company. CUB was last noted at Bukavu-Kavumu in May 2010, when it was parked in the grass after an accident (dented nose).
Since October 2004, Trans Air Congo was operator of this unmarked L-410UVP. The Turbolet was written of on 17 May 2007 on a flight from Walikale (North Kivu province) to Goma. The aircraft was loaded with cassiterite when it crashed into a forest almost directly after take-off from the road airstrip at Kilambo. It is reported that it encountered problems with the left engine, subsequently it caught fire and burnt out, both pilots and the sole passenger were unfortunately killed.
Cetraca Aviation Service was formed in 2003 and based in Beni, Congo. One of their L410s is seen here during its landing at Goma International Airport in eastern Democratic Republic Congo. This Turbolet sustained substantial damage in a runway excursion accident at Butembo Airport (DRC) when operating out of Goma. Fifteen passengers and three crew members survived the accident. The L410 was substantially damaged, and was not seen flying after 30 October 2012 when the incident happened.
Citywing was a "virtual airline" serving the Isle of Man whose schedules were flown by aircraft leased from other operators. LET410s flew the Isle of Man-Glasgow route between 2013 and 2016 before the company's demise.