This Beech 99 was delivered to Wright Airlines July 10, 1969, the same year that Cascade Airways was founded in Washington state. Cascade acquired the aircraft in June 1973. It was sold to Beech Acceptance Corp in 1984 as the airline took delivery of Beech 1900s.
Delivered to the Flying Tiger Line October 22, 1968, this infrequent visitor to Vancouver went to Cammacorp for conversion to CFM powered DC-8-73 that took place between August and October 1984. It was sold to German Cargo (later Lufthansa Cargo) to become D-ADUA after conversion. Flying in the USA after August 1996 as N603AL for several freight companies, it was stored at Mojave, CA in 2012.
Originally PP-VGJ with Varig from 1963, this Convair 990 would go to Modern Air Transport in June 1971. Bought by Denver Ports of Call travel club in June 1975, the club would fly a total of six 990s before changing over to Boeing 707. This particular 990 was withdrawn in the early 80s at Marana, AZ and broken up there in May 1986.
Photographed early in it's life, this DC-10 was delivered to United in August 1975. Withdrawn from the fleet September 1998, it was converted to a freighter in January 1999 for FedEx. Upgraded to a MD-10F in 2006, the classic wide body was put in storage January 2014.
Due to a clash with another Iroquois, A2-490 used the last three digits of its US Army serial (69-15490) instead of the last three of its c/n. The US serial was an administrative one and -490 was delivered directly to the RAAF.