First registered 9 August 1994. To Air Malta as 9H-ACM "Luqa" on 7 September 1994 then Azzurra Air as EC-COQ on 28 October 1997. Repossessed and placed in storage at Exeter on 12 December 2003. To Transwede as EC-COQ on 25 May 2005. Leased to SAS as EC-COQ on 13 February 2006. It was returned to Transwede on 28 December 2006. Reregistered it as SE-DJP on 23 July 2007. To Malmo Aviation as SE-DJP on 1 March 2010. Restored to UK register as QintetiQ Ltd as G-BVRJ for the use of the Empire Test Pilots School on 21 March 2012.
Converted from the prototype BAe 146 to be a research aircraft. Here is a view looking rearwards to the toilet. Normal airline seats have been replaced by equipment racks and seats with 4 point harnesses for the operators. Even the overhead bins have been removed.
Converted from the 146 prototype to be a research aircraft. This is not the lightweight toilet mod but is the dropsonde launcher tube just in front of the rear service door with the sonde storage lockers in front and seats for the operators to launch the sondes.