Remarks: (Built 9/01) sitting on the apron awaiting its next livery after its recent arrival in Australia from the USA. The aircraft is ex TWA/AA N426TW. Sorry about the inclement weather, rest assured it got much worse not long after this shot was taken. Thankfully the Tomago Workers Club wasn't too far up the road to seek shelter from the storm and share a beer with a JP Screener!
Remarks: (Built 1976) The cockpit section marked JWTZ and several other parts are from the former JW-9008 (cn 1751) of the Tanzanian Defence Force, which suffered a landing accident in 1987 at Lake Manyara and was written off. The remains were sold to Horizon Airlines in 1999. The bits in the background are from former RAAF Navigation Trainer A10-607 (cn 1607).
Remarks: (Built 1997) parked on the apron prior to being exported to the USA, it had been removed as VH-MNG from the Australian register a couple of weeks prior. The aircraft has since become N40593 and most recently N915MK with the US Department of Justice.
Remarks: (Del 4/01) on short final for Rwy 16R. This aircraft has the honour of being the first New Generation 737 on the Australian register. In June 2007 "Brizzie Lizze" sprouted winglets. The phone number, 13 6789, has since been removed from the Virgin Blue livery.
Remarks: (Del 5/94) lining up on Rwy 16R on departure back to Narita operating flight JL772. This aircraft became a regular sight at Sydney. It has long since lost this livery and now wears regular JAL colours and is still very common in Sydney and Brisbane.
Remarks: Turbolet 0928 served in early 1990's by 1. dlp (1st transport air regiment) from Ostrava-Mosnov and was a member of four L-410s display team SZOBI KVARTET. In 1999 operated for transport SFOR operations from airfields Banja Luka and Split. After return was assigned to 34. zSL (practice airforce base) in Pardubice and presently flys for CLV - Air training centre Pardubice.