Registered as G-BPIW prior to delivery to Makung Airlines as B-1773 in 1989. To Necon Air as 9N-AEH in 1997 then to Executive Aerospace as ZS-AGB in 2001. Withdrawn from use at Johannesburg in 2006. Scrapped around 2009.
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.
Delivered to DLT as D-AHSC in 1981. To British Airways as G-HDBC in 1988 then to BAF Aircraft Leasing in 1992 and stored at Southend. To Independent Airways in 1994 then to Executive Airways as ZS-NWW in 1995. Withdrawn from use at Johannesburg in 2007 and later scrapped.
Delivered to Air Illinois as N749LL in 1980. To Air Maritime as C-GRXE in 1984. To Bradley Air Services then to British Aerospace as G-BMJU in 1985. To Bopair as ZS-LSO in 1986. Renamed to Sun Air in 1994. To Executive Aerospace in 1996. Withdrawn from use at Johannesburg in 1995 and later scrapped.
Delivered to Bahamas Airways as C6-BEE in 1979. To Air St.Pierre as F-ODTX in 1990 then to Ibis Air as 5Y-SAL in 1995. Reregistered as HR-AQV then TN-AFI then to Intensive Air as ZS-XGY in 1997. To Aquairius Aviation in 2003 and used for parts at Johannesburg in 2003. Scrapped by 2007.