All Fokkers used to be tested at Amsterdam airport, except for weapons loading, which had to be done at a military air base. Hence the only time an Angolan aircraft was ever present at Soesterberg. Not the best picture, but very rare.
Northwest Airlines was a major operator of the 727 having flown over 110 of the aircraft. This one was delivered October 5, 1977, retired in 2007 and sold to Charlotte Aircraft Corporation to be parted out. Though still officially Northwest Airlines, Northwest Orient titles began in the late 40s after establishing their trans - Pacific routes. The Orient part was gradually dropped after the merger with Republic Airlines in 1986.
419 Squadron CF-5D displays the "Faux Pas" aggressor color scheme, one of five representing Warsaw Pact aircraft markings used by the Canadian Air Force. Delivered December 9, 1968, it was retired when the type was withdrawn in 1995 due to budget constraints. Stored until 2006 when it was donated to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
A79-642 was displayed outside the Hawker de Havilland factory where it had been built. Its condition deteriorated and it was replaced by another Vampire. From then on -642 was passed around the company before being sold to the Camden Museum of Aviation. In 2000 it was acquired by the Temora Aviation Museum as spares for the airworthy A79-617 (VH-VAM).