This Il-18 was delivered to the Polish AF as '102' in March 1961. In July 1966 it was transferred to LOT as SP-LSH and then converted to Il-18Gr (cargo) in June 1982. The frame was finally wfu in April 1989 and at some point moved to Strumień to become a restaurant along with the 'Coca-cola' scheme. That business is no longer operating and it is currently used to promote a car dealership.
This Yak-40 Salon 2nd Class was delivered in August 1973 and operated by 36 SPLT. Around 1979/1980 it was converted into a target towing aircraft by WZL-3 (repair plant) at Radom but later reconverted to Salon 2nd Class. It was retired sometime before early 2002, used for spares and put up for sale. It has been preserved at Brzeznica since April 2005.
This L-29 was TOC in February 1962 and flew with the 2. letecký školní pluk (2nd Air School Regiment). The date of decomissioning appears to be unknown but the plane now stands guard (in front of a supermarket) in Sudice.
This Skyvan was originally delivered to the Botswana Defence Force Air Wing as OC-1 in March 1979. It aslo flew with Pan Malaysian Air Transport as 9M-PIH from August 1993, hence the Malaysian flag and initals.