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.
Delivered to Pan International as D-ALAS in 1970. To British Caledonian as G-AZPE in 1972, LACSA as TI-LRK in 1973 and Dan-Air as G-BJYL in 1982. To British Air Ferries in 1992 and withdrawn from use at Southend. Later scrapped.
Used as a ground trainer by Centro de Instrucción de Aeronavegantes y Técnicos Aeronáuticos. Air Force Training Centre for Aeronautical and Aeronautical Technicians. Has INAC titles on this side and CIATA titles on the other. Previously with Austral and retired there in 1993. Ex D-ALAT,G-AZPY,D-AMAS and LV-PEW. Still there in 2016.
One of two ex-Austral 1-11s at Morón, used by the national civil aviation institute as a ground trainer. Last service 11.93. Has CIATA titles on this side and INAC titles on the other. Originally D-ALAT with Paninternational back in 1969