It later spent some time on static display on the Frankfurt am Main airport spectators terrace. When that closed down it moved to the Visitors Park park at Munich Airport and was painted as HB-IRN. Still there as of 2019.
Christened "Flagship Chicago" when delivered to American Airlines in 1948 as a Convair 240, N94205 was converted to a 600 for Trans Texas Airways in 1963. Viking International bought the aircraft in March 1980, sold it to a leasing company the next month, leased it back and operated it until 1994. Kitty Hawk Air Cargo leased it until 2000 when it was withdrawn from use and broken up the following year.
Delivered to RAF in 05.45 as KN645. Used by Field Marshall Montgomery. Retired in 1970. To the RAF Museum and painted as KG374 to honour Flt Lt Lord of 271 Squadron who won a VC piloting an RAF Dakota in the airborne landings at Arnhem. Later restored as KN645.
N401JB was dismantled in 1985. King Skyliner was a Japanese tour operator which had contracted Horizon Cargo to conduct sight-seeing flights. The operation ended in litigation between Horizon Cargo and a company called Airgo. Airgo had a contract with Horizon to supply, operate and maintain this passenger DC-3 and a DC-3 freighter.
Initially delivered to RAF in 1943 as Dakota III KG436; Then to USAF in 1946 as 42-92647. Became civilian in Ireland as EI-ALT & EI-ACT; Sold to French Navy in 1961 and Wfu in 1982. Preserved and stored now in Paris Le Bourget Musée de l'air.
A plane on a pole... this Beech 18 was seen in a very bad condition, preserved in the African country of Djibouti. It can be found just in front of the terminal of Ambouli International Airport. It is said that the Djibouti Para Club was the last operator of the aircraft.
Once Phoenix international airlines , but most probably its last operator was Daallo Airlines. This Il-18Grwas seen at Djibouti, stored in a weary condition. It is reported that this airframe was sadly scrapped in 2018.