New Zealand’s P6M twin-engine Skyhawk has been in service since the mid-1960s.
It is also one of the oldest of its kind.
P6s can travel at speeds of up to 830 knots and are capable of carrying up to 16 passengers, including pilots.
P-10, P-11, and P-13 aircraft have also been in use for decades.
But while the P-20A was first used by the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF), the P6 is now the only aircraft to fly the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) C-130J Hercules, and is one of just two P-type aircraft in the world with the capability to fly both the U.S. Navy’s Super Hornet and U.K. Typhoon, according to the UESP.