This prototype CL-41 Tutor flew with Canadair as CF-LTW-X from first flight in January 1960 until the flight test program ended April 28, 1964. Stored in Montreal, the aircraft was donated to the Canadian Armed Forces in 1970. Mounted on a pole at CFB Portage, the trainer was painted in RCAF Golden Centennairs colors and retroactively given the serial 114000. Pictured at CFB Trenton, it is being restored by the National Air Force Museum to a more original configuration.
This is former American Airlines Boeing 720 N1304E in service from 1961 - 1971 Then with Middle East Airlines as OD-AFQ until the end of 1985. Pratt & Whitney Canada bought it for use as an engine test bed in January 1986. Retired in 2010 as it was replaced by 747SPs, the aircraft last flew on May 8, 2012 when moved from the company's Saint- Hubert, PQ base to Trenton, ON and donated to the National Air Force Museum of Canada.
This 2003 A330 was delivered to Emirates Airlines June 24, 2003, but returned to Airbus after being withdrawn August 12, 2016. Stored at Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées Airport in September until leased to Air Transat and registered C-GUBD on May 12, 2017.