Delivered to Pan International as D-ALAQ in 1971. To BAC as G-AZPZ then to Germanair as D-AMAM in 1972, Merged into Bavaria/Germanair in 1977 then merged into Hapag-Lloyd in 1979. To Dan-Air as G-AZPZ in 1981 then to British Caledonian in 1982. Merged into British Airways in 1988. To Oriental Airlines as 5N-IMO and then crashed in Algeria in 1994.
First flew as G-ASJC in 1964. Delivered to British United Airways in 1965. To Caledonian/BUA in 1970. Renamed British Caledonian Airways in 1971. To Pacific Express as N101EX in 1981. To Air Wisconsin in 1985 and Florida Express in 1986. To Braniff Airways and reregistered as EI-BWI in 1988. To British Air Ferries and used for parts at Southend in 1990. Scrapped in 1994.
The fourth BAC 1-11 to be built, delivered to BUA in 11.65, was sold to Pacific Express as N101EX in 12.81. After service with Florida Express and Braniff, latterly as EI-BWI, wfu by BAF at Southend in early 1990 and b/u 1.94