I received some aircraft photos from Arul Nathan, director of operations at Asialink Cargo Express, an Indonesian cargo carrier that started flying in January.
The pictures show the airline's first aircraft, a Fokker F27. The carrier has two F27s and is due to receive a third in this year's second or third quarter. All were previously with Turkish cargo carrier MNG Airlines.
Flightglobal's ACAS database says these ex-MNG aircraft were built in the late 1970s and early 80s.
Even though the aircraft are well over 20 years old, based on this picture, the aircraft look in pretty condition all things considering.
Coincidentally, I was in Indonesia earlier this week and talking to Soenaryo Yosopratomo, who is a former director general at the Indonesian DGCA, the country's civil aviation regulator.
Soenaryo is also a former Fokker F27 pilot and had nothing but praise for the F27. Said it was an incredibly reliable aircraft.