Registered to Excalibur Airlines as G-OEXC on 4 December 1992. Reregistered to Airtours International Airways Ltd as G-DACR on 27 February 1996. It went to Premiair as OY-CNR on 7 January 1997, to Air Belgium as OO-AEZ on 29 April 1999, back to Premiair as OY-CNR on 14 November 2000, to My Travel Airways AS as OY-CNR on 1 May 2002, to BH Air Balkan Holidays as LZ-BHC on 13 April 2004, to Pacific Airlines on 10 March 2005 and back to BH Air on 1 June 2005
Crashed at Loveland, Ohio, on September 29, 1979 when the main rotor separated because of corrosion. The wreckage was sold to Erickson Air-Crane and despite the registration N176AC being allocated it was used for parts. The registration was later given to another S.64. The universal pod next to the helicopter in the photo had its own serial: 68-18597.
Manufactured in 1997 and flew for the first time on 23 October 1997 as F-WWIK. It then became F-GRSH with Star Europe, Star Airlines, Air Transat and again Star Airlines. It went to Eurofly as I-EEZI on 20 December 2004.
First registered 9 August 1994. To Air Malta as 9H-ACM "Luqa" on 7 September 1994 then Azzurra Air as EC-COQ on 28 October 1997. Repossessed and placed in storage at Exeter on 12 December 2003. To Transwede as EC-COQ on 25 May 2005. Leased to SAS as EC-COQ on 13 February 2006. It was returned to Transwede on 28 December 2006. Reregistered it as SE-DJP on 23 July 2007. To Malmo Aviation as SE-DJP on 1 March 2010. Restored to UK register as QintetiQ Ltd as G-BVRJ for the use of the Empire Test Pilots School on 21 March 2012.
It flew for the first time on 29 August 1955 and was delivered to the RAF on 19 September 1955. On retirement from flying duties WV398 was allotted instructional airframe No. 7767M on 12 November 1962. Sold back to Hawker Siddeley at Bitteswell on 3 December 1972 and allotted "B" class registration G-9-411. Overhauled and converted to a T.68 for the Swiss Air Force. Delivered as J-4203. Preserved at Payerne, Switzerland.