Used by Lockheed as a demonstrator from June 1981 until delivered to Lineas Aereas del Estado (LADE) December 10, 1982. The aircraft is with the Fuerza Aerea Argentina since 1999 at the time of uploading.
Delivered October 30, 1981, C-GCPY was another 737 that would last throughout the mergers of the '80s and 90s and would end service with Air Canada in 2003. It was sold to Triton Lease and returned for a short lease with Zip Air from April to August 2003. Triton leased it out again to Merpati Nusantara Airlines as PK-MBS from 2004 through 2008.
Air Canada had eighteen Tristars in their fleet with six of them being the long range L1011-500. All of those were delivered in quick succession in 1981; this one on November 24th. The 500s started retiring after the summer of 1991 and by January of 1992, they were all with another L1011 fan - Delta Airlines.
VH-PWS was the National Parks and Wildlife Service's second Gazelle. Like VH-WLS, -PWS was also lost in an accident. It was written off at Mount Perisher, New South Wales, on December 13, 1985 when it landed heavily after the engine spooled down without warning.
Originally Air Force 41-18624, this DC-3 was bought by Lambair July 29, 1973 and flown out of Thompson, MB. Sold to Perimeter Airways in November 1981, it was used in 1984 as an engine test bed before restoration to flying status. It is presently owned by Buffalo Airways at the time of uploading.