Converted to E-class freighter at Lidköping in early 2006, and delivered to First Flight in India as VT-FFA in Jun 2006. Withdrawn from use in Aug 2007 and stored at Bangalore, India. Reverted to G-MANC in Feb 2009, and ferried to Coventry 27 Mar 2009 for maintenance. This eventually turned into long-term storage, and this aircraft was still at Coventry by Apr 2018, heavily stripped of parts.
Converted to E-class freighter at Lidköping in Aug 2006, and delivered to First Flight in India as VT-FFC in Oct 2006. Withdrawn from use in Aug 2007 and stored at Bangalore, India. Reverted to G-OBWP in Feb 2009, and ferried to Coventry 28 Mar 2009 for maintenance. This eventually turned into long-term storage, and this aircraft was still at Coventry by Apr 2018, heavily stripped of parts.
Converted to E-class freighter at Exeter in 2004/2005. This ATP was delivered to short-lived Dutch airline Magic Blue Cargo in mid 2006, but following the airline's collapse it was ferried to Coventry 24 May 2007 for storage. It is seen here still in their full colours, and it was still at Coventry by Apr 2018, by that time with many parts missing.
Former British Airways ATP, fitted with a Large Freight Door (LFD) at Bucharest and delivered to Atlantic Airlines in Aug 2007. To West Atlantic as SE-MHF in Jun 2016, but withdrawn from use only two years later, in Sep 2018 and stored at Ronaldsway, Isle of Man.
Fitted with a Large Freight Door (LFD) at Bucharest for Emerald Airways, but not delivered due to collapse of the airline in May 2006. Aircraft remained stored at Bucharest until flown to the UK in Oct 2007. Arrived at Coventry on 9 Apr 2009, and departed 6 Aug 2009 on delivery to Indonesia, where it became PK-DGI. Damaged beyond repair in a heavy landing at Wamena, Indonesia on 31 May 2013.
Former British Airways ATP, fitted with a Large Freight Door (LFD) at Bucharest and delivered to Atlantic Airlines on 23 Sep 2008, on lease from Capital Bank Leasing. However, it was not taken in service and remained stored as seen here. In the years that followed it was registered to various companies, but it remained on the ground at Coventry. It was still there by April 2018, by then with many parts missing.
Formerly Air Atlantique's G-AMSV. Became N347DK in Feb 2008, and initially stored at Coventry, as seen here. Flown to Dublin-Weston in Nov 2009, but in Jun 2011 it returned to the UK, to Kemble, where a restoration was started for the Indian Air Force Vintage Flight. Reverted to G-AMSV in Sep 2014, and flown back to Coventry in May 2015. Painted in Indian Air Force markings, initially as KN397, its original serial. But in 2018 it was allocated official Indian Air Force serial VP905 (previously carried by C-47A c/n 12581) and named Parashurama. On 17 Apr 2018 it departed Coventry as such, on delivery to India.
Operated for Atlantic Airlines from 1999 until withdrawn from use on 21 Mar 2013. Sold to Buffalo Airways and departed Coventry on 23 Mar 2013 on delivery to Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. Became C-GZFE in April 2013. Stored behind is G-LOFC.
Served with Atlantic Airlines since 1999. On 12 Oct 2006 the #3 engine cowling separated during taxi for take-off at East Midlands, causing some damage to the Electra. With its CofA expiring in Sep 2007, this was enough to get the aircraft to be withdrawn from use and stored at Coventry, as seen here. It was eventually broken up in May 2013.
Acquired by Atlantic Airlines in 2002, but unused and stored. Seen here still in Reeve Aleutian colours (ex N178RV), but with the titles changed to Reeve Illusion as a joke by Atlantic Airlines employees. Sold to Buffalo Airways and registered to them as C-FIJX in Aug 2010. Departed Coventry on 12 Aug 2010 on delivery to Red Deer, AB, Canada. Converted to airtanker in May 2016 as Tanker 416.
Air Atlantique obtained this Rapide in 1995, for operation by their Air Atlantique Historic Flight (later Air Atlantique Classic Flight) in their own colours. In Sep 2008 it was painted in these nice in RAF markings, showing its original serial. A little later the name "Nettie" was added. In Nov 2015 it was registered to Cirrus Aviation in Clacton-on-Sea, which continued to fly it in these same markings. On 30 Sep 2019 it was registered to Avalon Ventures Ltd, also in in Clacton-on-Sea.