|The two Cessna 207s at Queenstown on 24 October 1987|
|The new colour scheme - the two Cessna 207s at Queenstown on 23 February 1992|
|The GAF N22 Nomad at Queenstown on 24 July 1993.|
|The GAF N24 Nomad ZK-FVX at Queenstown on 23 February 1992.|
The Fiordland Travel name started to disappear in 1993 when Fiordland Travel bought a 25% stake in Mount Cook’s Milford Sound Flightseeing. Only the N24 Nomad, ZK-FVX, was to carry Mount Cook titles.
|Dennis Duvall puts the finishing touches on the tail of Cessna 207 ZK-LAW while behind are ex Mount Cook Airline's BN Islander ZK-DBV and Fiordland Travel's Nomad ZK-FVU. This was the scheme that was adopted after Mount Cook Airlines sold out.|