Delivered to DLT as D-AHSF in 1984. To SATA Air Acores as CS-TAR in 1989 then to British Airways as G-HDBD in 1990. Returned to British Aerospace in 1992 and stored at Woodford and later Exeter. To Emerald Airways and reregistered as G-EMRD in 1996 then to Executive Aerospace as ZS-PLO in 1999.
Registered as G-BKAL prior to delivery to DLT as D-AHSD in 1983. To LIAT as V2-LDK in 1988. Back to British Aerospace in 1991 and stored at Manchester. To Clewer Aviation as G-BKAL in 1994 then to Mount Cook Airline as ZK-MCH in 1995 and to Emerald Airways as G-OJEM in 1996. Damaged beyond repair in takeoff accident at Stansted in 1998.
Delivered to DLT as D-AHSB in 1981. To British Airways as G-BOHZ in 1988 then to BAF Aircraft Leasing in 1992 and stored at Southend. To Independent Airways then to Executive Airways as ZS-NNW in 1994. Stored at Durban in 2001. Probably later scrapped.