Stored at Cambridge after return to Lockheed by German operator Wirtschaftsflug, who flew it between 1981 and 1983. The aircraft subsequently spent most of its life in Africa, and was damaged by attacks from the ground on no less than three occasions. The last of these, in Angola in 1999, resulted in the aircraft being shot down.
Delivered to Lufthansa as D-ANIP in 1959, Leased to Condor from 1961 to 1967. To Nora Air Service in 1971 then to British Midland as G-BAPE in 1973. To Intra Airways in 1977 then to Arkia as 4X-AVI in 1979. Back to British Midland as G-BAPE in 1980 then to Royal American as N145RA in 1982. To Go Transportation in 1983 and Viscount Unlimited in 1987. Withdrawn from use at Tucson by 1992 and scrapped in 2002.