|The original Nomad, ZK-ECM, at Nelson on 26 November 1990.|
|The second Nomad, ZK-ECN, at Hamilton on 15 December 1993 on charter for Eagle Air.|
|NZ Herald 29 September 1995|
|Bandeirante ZK-ECM at Wellington on 15 October 1999 supporting regional operations for Air New Zealand Link or Ansett New Zealand.|
A smaller turboprop was added to the fleet in the form of Mitsubishi MU-2B-26A ZK-ECR (c/n 371SA). A major contract this aircraft was used for was a calibration contract for the Airways Corporation of New Zealand. This involved calibration work for navaids and lights throughout New Zealand as well as in a number of South Pacific nations. This aircraft was operated between June 1995 and October 2000.
|Mitsubishi Mu2 ZK-ECR in her calibration role at Christchurch on a wet and miserable 5th of August 1999.|
Also used often by Air National in 1998 and 1999 was wet leased Fairchild SA227AC Metroliner III ZK-CIC (c/n AC632B).
|Metroliner ZK-CIC at New Plymouth on 8 October 1999 being operated for Origin Pacific with an Air National callsign.|