Originally G-BRJG with Air Europe, it also previously operated with Air Holland (PH-AHN), Air Aruba (P4-AAA), Inter European Airways (G-IEAD) and Icelandair (TF-FIK). After its Ambassador days it further went to Istanbul Airlines (TC-AJA), National Airlines (N506NA) and Avianca (N506NA too). Retired Dec 2009 and B/U shortly after.
Began life as N206EA with Eastern Air Lines before moving on to Thai Airways International as HS-TAZ. Acquired by European Airlines in May 92. It went to Air Alfa in Jan 96 as TC-ALS and was retired Nov 2002. B/U 2007.
Acquired May 95 ex British Airways and Caledonian Airways (G-BEAL). To Atlanta Airways May 96 and back to Caledonian Airways Nov 96 as G-CEAP. It became G-IOIT with Classic Airways for just a few months in 1998. Wfu Aug 98. B/U circa 2000.
Delivered new to Air Columbus May 94. The airline ceased operations later the same year. Went to TAESA in Dec 94 as XA-SWO. To Tarom May 2000 (YR-BGU) and Varig Jun 2001 (PP-VQZ). To Adam Air Dec 2006 (PP-KKV) and w/o when extensively damaged in a hard landing at Surabaya 21 Feb 2007.
Delivered to Air Europe Feb 91 as G-FIOS. However, the airline was declared bankrupt 8 Mar 91 and ceased operations. The aircraft was stored at Woensdrecht (NL) until acquired by Transwede Nov 93. To Midway Airlines Oct 95 as N132ML. To Gill Airways Feb 99 as G-BYDP. To Montenegro Airlines Jun 2002 as YU-AOM and later 4O-AOM.