With Eastern Airlines from 1966 - 74, this 727 came to Canada with Quebecair as C-GQBE. Pictured with Westburne International (1980 - 87), the 727 would also fly corporately in the USA before going to Indonesia as PK-VBA and PK-VBR. It was scrapped in Jakarta after 2001.
The second production Whitley, K7184, was flown from Baginton to No 10 Sqn at Dishforth on 9 March 1937. The photo is from an album of a pilot who served in the Far East in 1938 and 1939, but we assume the photo was taken in England. Photo from: National Museum of Singapore
Built for the Belgian Air Force, this Canuck suffered damage in a partial gear up landing during production flight testing. It was repaired and delivered to the RCAF instead, circa 1958. Stored by 1980, the big all weather fighter is displayed at the Royal Military College in Kingston, ON.
The NYP was developed from the Ryan M-2 especially for Charles Lindbergh for his Trans-Atlantic crossing. Although similar to the more produced Ryan Brougham, only the tail surfaces and a few wing fittings were common between the two designs. The NYP made it's last flight April 30, 1928 from St. Louis to Washington and donated to the Smithsonian Institution.
Originally N991GP delivered to Golden Pacific Airlines May 1, 1969, this Beech 99 came to Canada with Pem Air from 1978 to 1981. Bearskin Airlines flew it from July 1981 until October 2007 when it was sold to Carib Air as V2-DOM. Last with Jamaican Air Shuttle as 6Y-JSI from 2009 until stored by January 2010. Bought by National Aerotech Aviation in 2014, it was stored at Hampton, GA.