Pictured on delivery to the USA for International Jetstream Corp, this Jetstream would become N10AB and later N12225 with Apollo Airways. Last flying with Newair Service in Denmark as OY-CRS from 1998 until the end of 1995, it was broken up at Esbjerg.
G-AXEK was demonstrated to potential buyers in Australia. Besides being too sophisticated and too large for the stage of development of third-level airlines in Australia, the Jetstream 1 was underpowered and unreliable and had poor payload range performance. It returned to the UK and was sold in the US as a corporate aircraft (N1FY) in 1972.
This J.31 was an electronics testbed with Decca before being acquired by Cranfield University as an instructional airframe in 1989. It was wfu in 2000 and now sits, rather unloved, on the west side of the airfield.