OK-DKT s/n 19-26, was manufactured in 1975, and since 1997 has been stored in a non-airworthy condition. It was sold in 2009 at auction, overhauled in 2020 and now is flown out of Hosin Air Field with
a shark mouth reminiscent of what was worn by the F6F Hellcat. It was repainted back to its
appearance when with Slovair in the 1980´s, including the red areas as well as the SlovAir logo
on the vertical tail. The fertilizer tank was removed.
Z-37A s/n 17-30 was manufactured in 1974, flown by the East German company Agroflug, a division of
Interflug, East German Airlines. The aircraft was used for defection and emigration of an East German
family, two parents and two children on July 30th, 1979. The plane was re-registered to DDR-SSL in
1981, and after the re-unification of Germany, it was re-registered again to D-ENSL.
Z-37A s/n 12-12 was one of two Z-37A delivered to India in 1975. The aircraft was registered
in Indian registers for Bharat Agro Aviation Services (P) Ltd. – Delhi, withdrawn from use
on December 1st, 2005.
Z-37A s/n 21-05. Originally delivered to East Germany’s Interflug as DDD-SWF, after the re-unification
of Germany, it was re-registered as D-WSWF. It was sold to Slovakia in 1990´s and flown by Agrolet as
OM-FJA. It was overhauled in 2009, when it received a blue fuselage band and other blue accessories.
OM-FJA is flown in Trnava-Kopanka.
INFO Eduard - DECEMBER 2020