Delivered to Loganair as G-OLCC in 1989. Reregistered as G-LOGC in 1992. To Manx Airlines and reregistered as G-MANH in 1994. To British Airways in 1996. Returned to Bae Systems in 2004. Converted to a freighter then to Atlantic Airlines in 2005. To West Air Sweden as SE-MHI in 2015 then to EnComm as 5Y-GMH in 2018.
Delivered to British Airways as G-BTPF in 1989. To Air Europa Express as EC-HCY in 1999. Back to G-BTPF in 2002 and stored at Zaragoza and later Bucharest-Baneasa. Converted to a freighter and then to Atlantic Airlines in 2007. To West Air Sweden as SE-MHF in 2016. Withdrawn from use at Isle of Man in 2018.
Stored after return from LAR. Delivered to LAR as CS-TGA in 1988. Returned to British Aerospace as G-BUUP then to Manx Airlines in 1993. Transferred to British Airways as G-MANU in 1997. Returned to Bae Systems in 2001 and stored at Zaragoza and later Bucharest-Baneasa. Converted to a freighter for Atlantic Airlines in 2008. To West Air Sweden as SE-MHD in 2016.
Interestingly the airline was registered as Atlantic Airlines (because Atlantic Airways already existed as an airline in the Faroe Islands), but the titles carried on this aircraft read Atlantic Airways.
Former British Airways ATP, fitted with a Large Freight Door (LFD) at Bucharest and delivered to Atlantic Airlines in Aug 2007. To West Atlantic as SE-MHF in Jun 2016, but withdrawn from use only two years later, in Sep 2018 and stored at Ronaldsway, Isle of Man.
Operated for Atlantic Airlines from 1999 until withdrawn from use on 21 Mar 2013. Sold to Buffalo Airways and departed Coventry on 23 Mar 2013 on delivery to Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. Became C-GZFE in April 2013. Stored behind is G-LOFC.
Served with Atlantic Airlines since 1999. On 12 Oct 2006 the #3 engine cowling separated during taxi for take-off at East Midlands, causing some damage to the Electra. With its CofA expiring in Sep 2007, this was enough to get the aircraft to be withdrawn from use and stored at Coventry, as seen here. It was eventually broken up in May 2013.
Acquired by Atlantic Airlines in 2002, but unused and stored. Seen here still in Reeve Aleutian colours (ex N178RV), but with the titles changed to Reeve Illusion as a joke by Atlantic Airlines employees. Sold to Buffalo Airways and registered to them as C-FIJX in Aug 2010. Departed Coventry on 12 Aug 2010 on delivery to Red Deer, AB, Canada. Converted to airtanker in May 2016 as Tanker 416.
This Electra left Coventry for Canada 23 March 2013 and was officially registered to Buffalo Airways as C-GZFE on 30 April 2013. This photo was taken two weeks later, but at that time the new registration had not been applied yet.