In ex-Royal American colours after lease to them. Still has Go Transportation marking but now owned by Turbo Aire Holdings Inc. Eventually scrapped at Tucson. Orginally delivered to the Standard Oil Company as N306 in 1957.
In ex-Royal American colours after lease to them. Had been reposessed by the Bank of America from Go Transportation but still carries their marking. Later sold on and eventually scrapped at Tucson. Orginally delivered to the Standard Oil Company as N306 in 1957.
Fitted with extended range slipper fuel tanks on its wings. Engines removed but it did fly again. Delivered to US Steel as N906 in 1956. To Rogers Brothers as N906RB in 1970, to various operators then to Go Transportation in 1981. To Viscount Unlimited in 1988. Withdrawn from use at Tucson around 1992 and later scrapped.
Delivered to Capital Airlines as N7419 in 1956 who were taken over by United in 1961. Sold in 1968 and to Go Transportation in 1977. Reregistered as N460RC in 1983. Withdrawn from use at Tucson by 1989 and scrapped in 1993.
After Royal American failed to take off, the former G-BAPE (originally D-ANIP) landed up in the company of various other Viscounts with GO at Tucson. Seen with Rod Stewart titles in 1990; broken up by March 2002