Having served with the RSAF (as 53-696) in 2 Sqn at Tabuk, it was allocated the temporary registration ZF594 for its last flight back to the UK in 1986. Acquired by the NEAM at Usworth and now displayed in No.11 Squadron markings as "XS933", a Lightning F.6.
This was the demonstrator for the HS125-600B. It had a short life as it crashed following a bird strike on take off from its Dunsfold base in November 1975. All 9 on board escaped but 6 people in a passing car were killed when the aircraft crossed an adjoining road. Scanned from a slide.
Leaving Cranfield for Kemble to be scrapped. Registered as G-BTVT in 1991 prior to delivery to Conti-Flug as D-ACFA in 1992. To Eurowings in 1994. Returned to Bae Systems as G-BTVT in 2010. Reregistered as G-TYPH in 2011 and used as a corporate transport. Withdrawn from use at Cranfield in 2019.