Registered as G-AYIM prior to delivery to SATA as CS-TAG in 1970. Renamed to SATA Air Acores in 1987. To Ligacoes Aereas Regionais in 1988. Returned to British Aerospace in 1990 and stored at East Mildlands. To Emerald Airways as G-AYIM in 1994 then to Janes Aviation in 2008. Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2011. N687AP allocated but not applied.
With "VIP First" markings. Delivered to British Caledonian as G-AZMF in 1972. Leased to Transbrasil as PT-TYY and returned as G-AZMF in 1974. Leased to Air Malawi as 7Q-YKJ in 1979 and returned as G-AZMF in 1980. Merged into British Airways in 1988.To European in 1994. Withdrawn from use at Bournemouth-Hurn in 2002. Fuselage to Newcastle Aviation Academy in 2008.
Delivered to Court Line as G-AXMF in 1969. To Transbrasil as PT-TYV in 1974 then to Austral as LV-MEX in 1978. To European as VR-BED in 1996 and used for parts at Bournemouth-Hurn. Registered as G-IIIH in 1997 and scrapped in 2001.
Delivered to BEA as G-AVMX in 1969. Merged into British Airways in 1974. Sale to Okada as 5N-USE fell through in 1992. To European in 1993, never entered service and remained in Okada colours. Scrapped at Bournemouth-Hurn in 2000.
Delivered to Bavaria Fluggessellschaft as D-ANDY in 1967. To Dan-Air as G-AZED in 1971. To Braniff as N174FE then reregistered as EI-BWT in 1988. To ADC Airlines as 5N-BAB in 1991. Withdrawn from use at Bournemouth-Hurn in 1997 and scrapped in 2000.