FS2004 Deutsche Luftwaffe de Havilland DH 114 Heron. Ordered new by the Deutsche Luftwaffe and delivered as CA+001 on 21 May 1957. Reportedly used as the personal aircraft of Chancellor Conrad Adenauer for internal flights. To Shackleton Aviation Ltd on 4 March 1963 as G-ASFI. To Transportes Aereos de Guinea Portuguesa on 15 September 1964 as CR-GAT. To Connellan Airways Ltd on 21 July 1970 as VH-CLW. Converted to Heron 2E/A1 standard by having Lycoming engines installed in March 1972. Withdrawn from service and placed in storage at Alice Springs in 1976. To Premiair / Kendell Airlines on 16 February 1977. Leased to Executive Air Services for evaluation purposes from February to May 1980. To Air Tungaru on 30 May 1981 as T3-ATA. To Sunflower Airlines on 1 December 1984 as DQ-FDY and named 'Belo Vula' (White Heron). Damaged at Nadi Airport on 21 August 1988, but repaired and returned to service. To Heron Airlines in July 1995, but not operated by Heron Airlines. Donated to the Australian Aviation Museum, Bankstown in May 1999. Derelict at Bankstown. By Andre Reimers.