Delivered to USAAF as C-54E 44-9120 in May 1945. Converted to DC-4 standard by Douglas in late 1945 and delivered to TWA on 5 February 1946. Named "Arc de Triomphe". Seen at Gander during a trans-atlantic crossing. Destroyed by fire at La Guardia on 28 September 1948. From TWA 60 years ago.
Way back in March 1968, this Twin Otter was delivered to East African Airways as 5H-MNR. Returning to Canada as CF-GQH in August 1973, it's had a boat load of operators and was recently bought by West Coast Air in 2003. Sent to Ikhana Aircraft Services in California during December 2007 for their 200HG conversion that brought the early 100 series Twin Otter up to 300 series configuration and performance at a lighter empty weight. It's been registered to parent company Harbour Air since January 3, 2017.
Delivered March 30, 1983, this famous 767 is in temporary storage. On July 23, 1983, the new 767 was flying from Ottawa to Edmonton. Due to a combination of inoperative fuel gauges, confusion with metric and English fuel weights, the airplane was loaded with some 9000 kilos of fuel rather than the required 20,400. The flight ran out of fuel and tried gliding to Winnipeg, MB. Unable to make it, the crew deadsticked the airplane into Gimli, MB's closed airport without injuries. The Gimli Glider as it became known, was retired January 1, 2008. It was broken up at Mojave, CA in September 2017.