The Deutsches Museum at Oberschleissheim near Munich took delivery of a 48-year-old ex-Luftwaffe Transall C-160D on 15 October. The freighter, serialled 50+64, is of special interest for Bavaria — it was the last C-160 to leave Landsberg/Lech air base near Penzing, the home of Lufttransportgeschwader (Air Transport Wing, LTG) 61 during December 2017, wearing the slogan ‘Servus Transall — mach’s guad’ (‘Goodbye Transall — take care’ in local dialect) on the tail. 50+64 then had a short career with LTG 63 at Hohn, where the type had first entered Luftwaffe service in May 1968. Due to its size 50+64 will be displayed outside at Oberschleissheim on a specially prepared concrete base. The C-160 is currently being replaced by the Airbus A400M.