This Mad Dog was originally delivered to Midway as N809ML in September 1990 and then on to Reno Air in June 1992. After the American in August 1999 it flew with the airline until January 2002 and stints with Vanguard (N140NJ) and Spirt (N829NK). Allegiant bought the frame in March 2007, when it was modified to MD-83 and registered it as N886GA, and it flew on until it was wfu in October 2018 and subsequently stored at Oscoda-Wurtsmith (OSC).
This ATR-72 was delivered to LOT in December 1991 and flew with them (and EuroLot) for some 11 years before going to Avanti as D-ANFE (duplicated reg., not the NFD plane, cn 294). It underwent freighter conversion at Saarbruecken (SCN) in December 2015 and is now with Sprint Air as SP-SPC.
Proof positive that airports aren't always flat! This Yak-40 was delivered to Aeroflot's Central Region directorate in December 1976. It was transferred to Lipetsk Air in October 1993 and went on to fly with Aviaexpresscruise, Polet, Volga-Dnepr and AK Bars Aero. It joined Vologda Air Enterprises around the end of 2010 and is (apparently) still current.
This F.27 was originallly delivered to Garuda as PK-GRE in August 1969. It flew with CNET (Centre National d'Études des Télécommunications) for almost 13 years but is now I-FSTK and wfu and stored at Bergamo.
This Mad Dog was delivered to Austrian in May 1981 and flew with the airline until September 1999, when it went to Spirit as N810NK. It was ferried to Opa Locka in December 2005 and scrapped the following year.