Delivered new to Avianova in 1987, initially operated in their own colours. Operated on behalf of Alitalia Express as of 1996. To UTair in 2007 as VP-BCA. In Dec 2017, a few months after this photo was taken, this aircraft was registered as T7-TAL for about a week, then sold to the Colombian National Police in January 2018 as PNC-0245.
Acquired new by Régional in 1999, initially as an ERJ-145EU and operated in their own colours. Converted to ERJ-145EP in May 2001 and since then operated for Air France. Transferred to Air France subsidiary Hop! in 2013.
Ex Sabena OO-SNF, delivered new in 1999. Wfu by them in 2001 and stored as F-WQQH. Acquired by Dutchbird in 2003, and sold to Monarch Airlines in April 2005. Withdrawn from use in 2015 and stored at Kemble, UK.
On a pre-delivery test flight. Delivered to Bristow Helicopters as G-ZZSH in May 2009. Then to Bristow Helicopters Australia as VH-ZFH in Mar 2010, back to G-ZZSH in May 2012, and again to VH-ZFH in Mar 2013. Still current as such by 2018.
Delievered in 1990 to the Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile, as F-GJFD. The Sécurité Civile acquired it eleven years later, in 2001. It briefly operated for them as F-ZBEM before becoming F-ZBMB later that same year.
Originally a US Navy S2F-1 Tracker (BuNo 136712). Withdrawm from use in 1979 and stored at MASDC. Acquired by Conair in 1987 as C-GYQY and converted to Conair Firecat, then delivered to the Sécurité Civile as F-ZBEW in May 1987 (using F-WEOJ for the ferry flight). Returned to Conair in Sep 1993 for conversion to Turbo Firecat, and redelivered as F-ZBEW in July 1994 (using F-WEOL for both ferry flights).
Originally a US Navy S2F-1 Tracker (BuNo 136658). Withdrawm from use in 1981 and stored at MASDC. Acquired by Conair in 1987 as C-GYQS and converted to Conair Firecat, then delivered to the Sécurité Civile as F-ZBDA in June 1987 (using F-WEOK for the ferry flight). Returned to Conair in Sep 1991 for conversion to Turbo Firecat, and redelivered as F-ZBDA in Sep 1992 (again using F-WEOK for both ferry flights), but soon reregistered as F-ZBAP.
Acquired by Contact Air from Eurowings two months before this photo was taken, and operated for Lufthansa Regional. Did not fly with them for very long, was sold to Cimber Air in Nov 2005 as OY-RTH. Acquired by the US Department of Justice in 2008 as N366FM and still current as such by 2018.
Delivered to SAS as OY-KDL in 1990, and sold to HollandExel as PH-AHQ in 2004. Transferred to subsidiary DutchCaribbeanExel four months later, and taken over by ArkeFly in 2005. Permanently withdrawn from use in early 2015 and stored at Roswell, NM.
Built as a convertible freighter and delivered to South African Airways in 1982 as ZS-SDG (the first A300C4). Leased to Wardair as C-GIZN for one year in 1986/1987. Sold to MNG Airlines in 2000 as TC-MND, then on long-term lease to Ceiba Cargo (Equatorial Guinea) in 2007, returned to MNG in 2014 and stored. Sold in July 2016 as N212UK, then to Global Air Transport as ER-ABE in Dec 2016, 34 years old.