First flew on 07th April 1960 as G-APYC. Delivered to Olympic Aws as SX-DAC on 26th April 1960. Sold to BEA as G-APYC on 14th August 1969. Bought by Channel Airways on 26th January 1970 on here retains the basic Olympic dark blue basic scheme at Manchester in 09.71. To Dan-Air 06th April, 1972 until 12.78 when WFU.
Delivered to Belgium in 1953 ex RAF RK952. Shown stored in the as yet unopened Brussels Museum in 1965 awaiting restoration, wearing its ND-N code used when it served with 11 Squadron, 1 Wing, at Beauvechain. .
The sole SC1 was designed and built by Southern Cross Aviation and flown in 1961. It was intended to be a four-seat touring and training aircraft powered by a 180 h.p. Lycoming O-360. After 25 hours testing it was decided that it could not realistically compete with such as Cessna. It was stored and acquired by the Moorabbin-based museum for display for a period, before retuning to its Toowoomba Queensland birthplace. The "VH-SCA" markings were unofficial.