Air NZ Metroliner Poster
Oh, the Metroliners. I've heard it be called the "San Antonio sewage pipe", but putting that aside, (mostly Eagle Airways and Air Nelson on behalf of) Air New Zealand operated these things from 1988 up until 2003. Some of them were painted in unique variations of the 'Pacific Wave' livery, that were only seen on the Metroliners. As you can see, there are the two unique variants featured on the poster.
ZK-SDA: 1986 SA-227 Metro III | Eagle Airways | Currently: Was last known to be operating in Australia as VH-SEF, but was cancelled from Australian Aircraft Register 1 April 2019, not sure where it is nowadays
ZK-PBA: 1983 SA-227 Metro III | Eagle Airways | Currently: Unknown, but fuselage was on display, located at a golf course in Palmerston North Airport around 2004, not sure if it's still there or what golf course it was at even
ZK-OAA: 1983 SA-227 Metro III | Eagle Airways | Currently: Unknown, but probably still intact as it was on display in A backyard near Taupo from 2012 ish until it was sold on TradeMe Friday 26 July 2019 (Link to auction here: https://www.trademe....6?bof=iR8bgZvn)
ZK-NSI: 1990 SA-227 Metro III | Air Nelson | Currently: Was as N765FA with EDB Air-Key Lime Air, however it crashed on 5 December 2016, sadly killing the sole person onboard, the pilot, so is now written off