Delivered to Fiji Airways as VQ-FAL in 1967. Reregistered as DQ-FAL and renamed Air Pacific in 1971. To Dan-Air as G-BEBA in 1976 then to Philippine Airlines as RP-C1032 in 1984. Back to Dan-Air as G-BEBA then to Kelner Airways as C-FKTL in 1989. Destroyed in an accident in 1991.
Delivered to British United Airways as G-AXJL and merged into Caledonian/BUA in 1970. Renamed British Caledonian Airways in 1971. To Philippine Airlines as RP-C1188 in 1976. Withdrawn from use at Manila in 1990. Later scrapped.
Delivered to Caledonian Airways as G-AXYD and merged into Caledonian/BUA in 1970. Renamed British Caledonian Airways in 1971. To Dan-Air in 1976 then to British Air Ferries in 1992. Withdrawn from use at Southend. Scrapped in 1998.
Delivered to Court Line as G-AXMH in 1970. To Dan-Air as G-BDAS in 1975 then to British Air Ferries as G-OBWB in 1992. Renamed to British World Airlines in 1993. To Albarka Air as 5N-BBP in 2000 and stored at Malta. Scrapped in 2006. Nose preserved.
First flew as G-ARMX in 1962. Delivered to Skyways Coach-Air in 1963. Merged into Dan-Air in 1972. To Air BVI as VP-LVN in 1983. Returned to Dan-Air as G-ARMX then to Manchester Airport Fire Service in 1990. Scrapped in 2000.