Acquired Nov 84 and converted to 73AF ex N907CL Capitol Air and N4907C Capitol Air International both with which it was a 63CF. It was retired in Mar 2009. Interestingly (for me anyway), I had flown on it as N907CL twice: once from LAX to JFK in Dec 81 and the second time from BRU to JFK in Oct 83.
Delivered to Manx as G-OATP in 1989. Reregistered as G-MANM in 1994 then to British Airways in 1996. To Euroair as SX-BTK in 2004. To Bae Systems as G-MANM in 2006 and converted to a freighter. To West Air Sweden as SE-MAM in 2007 then to AirGo as SX-BPS in 2008. Reregistered as LZ-BPS in 2011. To West Atlantic as G-MANM in 2013 then back to West Air Sweden as SE-MAM in 2015.
Delivered to BWIA as VP-TBM in 1955. To Kuwait Airways as G-APPX in 1958 then to Bahamas Airways as VP-BBV in 1961. To British Midland as G-APPX in 1969 then to Air International in 1971. Withdrawn from use at East Midlands in 1972. Tail swapped with F-BMCG c/n 52. Scrapped in 1977.
Ex Loganair G-LOGP. Serib Air was an Italian operator with two Jetstreams in their full livery, G-SWAC and G-SWAD. I haven't found any evidence that they ever started operations, which is possibly why the aircraft were never on the Italian register. This aircraft went to Tasawi Air Services in Jul 95 as SP-FTH. In Apr 2000 it went to the USA as N554DM and later N220FN.
Ex Loganair (G-LOGR) and before that, Netherlines (PH-KJD). It operated with Genesis from Jul 94 to Oct 95 when it went to Tasawi Air Services (SP-FTG). To the USA in Apr 2000 (N789AA and later N221FN). Genesis Airways (1994-1995) operated a schedule service between East Midlands and Belfast with this single Jetstream 31.
Ex Air UK (G-CHSR) and Manx Airlines, whose basic colours it is in. Later to British Regional Airlines, British Midland Commuter and Lufthansa CityKine (G-CLHC), British Airways CitiFlyer (G-MANS) and Flybe (G-MANS). Wfu Apr 2010.
Skyvans were painted at East Midlands Airport for a while and this one was pre-delivery to a new owner. It was cancelled as sold in Saudi Arabia in 1978 though it was delivered in December 1977. It later became N192WW which seems to be current in 2019
Stored without markings by British Aerospace. 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 Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2011.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.
I met my wife on this aircraft in October 1972. She was one of the cabin crew! The aircraft went to Presidential Airways in January 1986 as N312XV and America West in June 1987, with whom it was re-registered a few months later as N198AW. It was damaged beyond repair in a landing incident at Tucson AZ on 30 December 1989.