Fake wartime USAAF markings with small "Miss Léa" nose art, but showing its is actual former post-war USAF serial 49-3056. It's also ex Spanish Air Force C.6-188 and AE.6-188. Flown as F-AZMP by AJBS since 1998, but became F-HLEA on 29 May 2013.
Operated by Centre National d'Études des Télécommunications (CNET) as 13142 / F-SEBD since 1964, until transferred to Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis (AJBS) on 24 May 1980. In 1981 it was allocated registration F-BLOZ, but this was not taken up. In the mid 1980s it became a static exhibit at La Ferté-Alais, and in 1989 it was used in the movie "Suivez Cet Avion", painted with "Honeymoon Airways" titles. In the 1990s the C-47 was painted in USAAF markings with various fake serials, first 315111, then 315101 and finally as seen here, as 313142 (based on the c/n). In 2015 a new restoration project was started for this aircraft.
Statically preserved at La ferté-Alais since at least 1992, owned by Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis. Previously operated by Centre d'Essais en Vol (CEV) with callsign F-ZVOH, thr last two of which are still carried on the rear fuselage.
This Aéronautique Navale C-47 had been withdrawn from use by the mid 1980s, and was preserved at Nimes-Garons by 1986. It is seen here 23 years later, on display along the D42 road on the northwest side of the airbase. But it is no longer there. In early May 2010 the aircraft was dismantled and trucked off to Lorient airbase for display there. It arrived at Lorient on May 6th, and following some restoration work and a repaint it had been placed on display at the base by September 2010.
An interesting Beech 1900 without titles but carrying a French roundel on the fin. This aircraft was operated by Twin Jet for the Police aux Frontières using Sécurité Civile pilots. Apologies for the fence.