Was initially Mirage IIIR c/n 301 built in 1963 and used by French Air force until 1979. Then Dassault highly modified it to became Mirage III NG and Mirage 50 prototype in 1979 . Was equipped with Mirage F1C engine, radar system and refueling probe, and also with Mirage 2000 fly by wire controls. Was displayed in different air show until 1987. Is now preserved in Dassault Facilities in Seclin, France.
A GPA Group 737 leased by Piedmont Airlines on delivery July 9, 1986. Re-registered N341US November 1988 after the airline was purchased by US Air in 1987. Fully merged into US Air in 1989, this 737 was returned and leased to AirAsia as 9M-AAI in 2003 then transferred to Thai Asia in 2007 as HS-AAI. The aircraft was stored in 2010.
Left behind when Malta International Aviation Company (MIACO) moved to a site in the outskirts of the village of Safi that once housed Royal Air Force Maintenance Unit (MU) No. 103. Here it's just shade for the local goats. It was later taken over by the International Fire & Safety School in Malta and finished off during fire training.