Operated by Hawker Siddeley as G-AYYH from 1971. Delivered to Polynesian Airlines as 5W-FAN in 1972. To Dan-Air as G-BIUV in 1981. Converted to LFD Large Freight Door version in 1982. To Janes Aviation in 1992 then to Emerald Airways in 1993. Stored at Blackpool after they ceased operations in 2006. To Elysian Airlines International as 3X-GEW then to Avro Express as 5Y-BXT in 2009. To Planes of Africa in 2013. Used for delivering relief supplies.
Arriving at Southend on delivery to Emerald Airways. Delivered to Mount Cook Airline as ZK-MCA in 1973. To Royal Tongan Airlines as A3-MCA in 1995 then to Emerald Airways as G-OTBA in 2001. Withdrawn from use at Blackpool when they ceased operations in 2006 and scrapped in 2009.
Registered as G-AYIM prior to delivery to SATA as CS-TAG in 1970. Renamed to SATA Air Acores in 1987. To Ligacoes Aereas Regionais in 1988. Returned to British Aerospace in 1990 and stored at East Mildlands. To Emerald Airways as G-AYIM in 1994 then to Janes Aviation in 2008. Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2011. N687AP allocated but not applied.