Trans-Canada Airlines changed its corporate identity to Air Canada in June 1964 and the iconic maple leaf has been on the tail of their aircraft in some form ever since. This Viscount ended up in Africa as 9Q-CTU last known stored at Boende, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
PH-DCK sporting PAL stickers for the service to Manila, then Singapore where it became a KLM flight to Amsterdam. It was leased to Viasa as YV-132C in 1976. While on lease to Viasa was sold to International Air Leases.
VH-PON in a rain-soaked Sydney Airport GA park. It was on the register from November 1966 to until August 29, 1981, when it crashed near Finke, Northern Territory. The pilot, who was not qualified to fly at night, had become lost and then had lost control resulting in the aircraft disintegrating in flight.