Wartime C-47 44-76631 was transferred to the RAF as KN485 in April 1945. Briefly registered CF-GBG for ferry from Cairo to Montreal for the RCAF in 1951. The aircraft kept the original KN485 serial until the numbering system changed in 1968 and it became 12925. Disposed of in 1975 to become C-GWUG, the aircraft is pictured on lease to Air BC. It crashed into hill tops when flying freight with Kelowna Flightcraft / Purolator Courier during night VFR operations and low ceilings on January 13, 1999.
Initially delivered to RAF in 1943 as Dakota III KG436; Then to USAF in 1946 as 42-92647. Became civilian in Ireland as EI-ALT & EI-ACT; Sold to French Navy in 1961 and Wfu in 1982. Preserved and stored now in Paris Le Bourget Musée de l'air.
French Fieseler FI 156 built just after WW2. This one was used by French Air force in overseas territories. Repainted in German air force red cross unit during the war. Part of Paris Musée de l'air, it is currently no more displayed in public area and is stored.
Here in the original colours of Thai's domestic/regional operation, this 737 was delivered in 10.77 and merged into Thai International in 1988. Leased to Kampuchea Airlines in late 1994 and to Lao Aviation in 2.96; returned to Thai Flying Service as HS-TFS. After various changes of ownership became PK-LIA with Lion Air in 6.00. Stored at Jakarta-CGK in pink Jatayu colours
Delivered 12.82, into store at Marana 4.00; scrapping began late 2005. Some interesting military behind - that VP-4 P-3B was involved in the Mayaguez Incident in 1975 while with VP-17; at the left is a Canberra PR.9
With MAS from new in 7.81 till 1994; converted to freighter in 1999 and operated as G-CEXJ by Channel Express; to ACT Cargo 8.06 as TC-ACC; moved to Cankiri 4.13 for use as a library and education centre
Originally going to SAS as SE-DBH in 9.68, this Super DC-8 joined Thai in 3.74; note scrubbed Icelandair titles visible on the roof, after a summer lease. Bought by Sterling in 7.84 (OY-SBM) then reverted to the original Danish reg with SAS/Scanair in 1986. After conversion to freighter in 1989, she joined Aer Turas as EI-CGO then Al-Dawood as 9G-NHA in 12.03, later to Air Charter Express. Impounded at Lagos 4.04 and stored in ex-Aer Turas colours and dirty condition; b/u 1.13
Unfortunately with a camera-shy front end, this Tracker was supplied to Thailand from MASDC stocks, having arrived at DM from RAW-75 ('6N') as long ago as 1967. Later re-serialled by the Royal Thai Navy as 1105
Looking immaculate on the HAECO ramp, this Herk of the RMAF's 14 Sqdn was first received in 10.76. Still with them and much more recently converted to stretched C-130H-30 standard in Malaysia, now flying in the inevitable grey colours
Just nine months old in this view outside HAECO, this 737 was transferred to China Southern in 7.90 then Xiamen in 4.91. Leased by GPA to Ukraine International 1995-2002 as UR-GAD and became PK-YTD with Batavia in 3.03; stored at CGK since 2007
VH-MMO was leased to Airlines of New South Wales from March 1983 until January 1984 but retained its Airlines of Northern Australia livery throughout. Owned by Ansett, it would later be leased Air Queensland before adopting Ansett's house livery. It had amassed 62,000 hours over 30 years when retired in 1990. Most of it was scrapped but the fuselage was used at Melbourne, then Adelaide, for fire training.
This DC-10 has been with Garuda since new in 5.76 and was placed in store at CGK in 3.05 where she remained in poor condition. Was leased to Continental in their full c/s in 1985 for two years, then Malaysian for a shorter period