This Shawnee was TOC with the US Army in July 1958. In January 1969 it was retired to MASDC. It was acquired by the Pima Air and Space Museum and is on display in the 1962 markings of the 93rd Transportation Company, South Vietnam.
This CRJ was delivered originally to Kendell Airlines in January 2000 as VH-KJN. From April 2003 it was operated as a United Express affiliate by Mesa Airlines. The frame was then destined for Go!, a HNL based regional brand Mesa Airlines that operated inter-island services within Hawaii, however, they ceased operations a week after this shot was taken. Instead, the plane was ferried to Stuttgart (SGT), AR for scrappage.
This UP-3A, one of 38 that were reconfigured as utility transports with all the ASW equipment removed, was TOC in December 1963 and retired to to AMARC in April 1990 as AN2P0043. In December 2017 it was moved to the HVF West yard on the edge of DM and scrapped.
This Frogfoot-A was TOC by the 30th Ground Attack Regiment at Pardubice in September 1987. In April 2003 it was transferred to the museum at Kbely for display. In 2017 it underwent a complete restoration and is now part of the new Staré Aerovka museum at Letňany.
This Fitter-B was built in October 1967 anf lew with the 20th and 28th sbolp (fighter bomber air regiment) in its service life. until retirement in September 1988 and subsequent handover to the Kbely museum. It is now on display in the former Aero production hangar as part of the Staré Aerovka museum.
The aircraft was manufactured in 1946 and subsequently served in the Czechoslovak AF with the Aviation Military Academy, the 25th Aviation Bomber Regiment and the 47th Aviation Reconnaissance Regiment. At Mladá AB in the mid-50s it was orderd to be scrapped but bought privately and ended up as a garden house in Litoli. Now undergoing restoration by enthusiasts at the Staré Aerovka museum.
This Fagot-B was built in May 1956 and was based all over Czechoslovakia. It was one of the very last MiG-15 in the Czechoslovak Air Force making its last flight on October 15th, 1982. The frame completed 2506 cycles and accumulated nearly 1800 hours before handover to the Kbely museum in March 1985. It is now on display in the former Aero hangar as part of the Staré Aerovka museum.
This Albatross served with the USAF as 52-0135 and the USCG as 2135 before being retired to MASDC in December 1969. After being declared as excess it was sold to a Forida company (presumably for spares) in 1989 and allocated the civil registration N7025Y. It now languishes in the Western International on the edge of AMARG.
This 763 was delivered to LOT in May 1995. It is pictured here on its third stint with the airline after spells with Universal Airlines and Aircalin. It was wfu in August 2013 and ferried to Shannon for maintenance. It now flies with Privilege Style as EC-LZO.
This T-39 was retired to AMARC as 7T0027 in September, 1990. It was then sold to Jett Paqueteria and became XA-AAG. However, on 2nd June, 2003 this was one of several Rockwell Sabreliners, previously operated by the US Navy, that were damaged beyond repair at Laredo IAP, Texas, when a hangar roof collapsed during a windstorm as they were were being prepared for the Mexican airline.
This 320 was delivered to United in June 2001 but 'lent' to Ted in February 2004. The frame was transferred back to United in January 2009 and the 1960s retro colour scheme was applied in around late March 2010. In December 2018 the plane was ferried to Lake City (LCQ), FL for storage.