Built for Lloyd Aereo Colombiano as HK-947X but not delivered. To Lanica as AN-AKQ in 1958 then to Mrs Marjorie Merriweather Post as N200Q in 1959. To Mrs HH May in 1967 then to E-Systems in 1973. To SAN Ecuador as HC-BDL in 1977 then to Go Group in 1981. Leased to Aerolíneas República as XA-MOS and returned in 1982. Stored at Tucson still in full Republica colours with the Go logo on the nose, and scrapped in 1993. Fuselage in the background of a scrapyard scene in the film Conair.
Fitted with extended range slipper fuel tanks on its wings. Engines removed but it did fly again. Delivered to US Steel as N906 in 1956. To Rogers Brothers as N906RB in 1970, to various operators then to Go Transportation in 1981. To Viscount Unlimited in 1988. Withdrawn from use at Tucson around 1992 and later scrapped.