Delivered to South African Airways as ZS-CDX in 1958. To British Midland Airways as G-AZNA in 1972 then to Hot Air in 1988 and British Air Ferries in 1990. Preserved at a nightclub at Waarschoot, Belgium from 1992.
Gambia Air Shuttle operated 'NA as "Viscount Banjul" in this simple but effective colour scheme for 10 months during 1989. The basic white paintwork survives to this day as the Viscount is preserved as an attraction at Zomergem in Belgium
Obtained by BMA from SAA in 2.72 and seen here lifting off 24 on one of its regular services from Southend to Jersey, this Viscount is now mounted on poles and displayed in an all-white scheme outside a night club in Belgium