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Handley Page HP.137

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Handley Page HP.137 Jetstream

Original: 1 June 2008
Last Update: 28 June 2011

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Constructor’s Number, Type, Line Number, First Flight, Notes:

Handley Page HP.137 Jetstream

198, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 01, First Flight 18 August 1967. Notes: Owned by Handley Page, registered G-ATXH. First test flight under the command of Mr. John Allam. In September 1969, this airframe was converted to HP.137-200 specifications. It was later withdrawn from use in February 1970, and placed in storage at Filton. It was broken up in October 1972.

199, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 02, First Flight 8 March 1968. Notes: Owned by Handley Page, registered G-ATXI. In May 1969, this airframe was converted to HP.137 Mk3M specifications. It was broken up in December 1970, at Radlett, Hertfordshire.

200, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 03, First Flight 28 December 1968. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-ATXJ. In March 1970, this airframe was converted to HP.137-200 specifications. It was sold to J. Huggett and Sons in May 1970. It was withdrawn from use, placed in storage at Luton, and ultimately broken up in May 1973. Portions of the airframe were sold to South Central Air Transport.

201, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 04, First Flight 8 April 1968. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-ATXK. The airframe was transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation in April 1969. It was later withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Spirit Field in St Louis, Missouri. On 30 October 1974, the airframe was impounded by the United States Custom Service. It was then sold to the Riley Jetstream Corporation on 6 August 1975. On 11 February 1976, it was sold to James F. Pigott, and registered N2958F. On 30 October 1976, this HP.137 was sold to William D. Schack, and then sold again on 14 March 1978, back to the Riley Jetstream Corporation. The following day it was sold to Apollo Airways. It was withdrawn from use and broken up for spares in November 1979.

202, HP-137 Mk 1, Line Number 1, First Flight 6 December 1968. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-AWSE, it was transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 19 August 1969, and re-registered N1039S. The airframe was delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 18 September 1969. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but was never delivered. The airframe was seized by William C. Lain on 5 January 1973, and later sold to Riley Jetstream Corporation in June 1973. It was re-registered on 29 March 1974, as N14RJ, and on 18 December 1974, sold to Jetstream Incorporated. A Mr. Robert Grag bought this Jetstream on 21 July 1975, and then leased it to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Corporation on 24 July 1975. It was sub-leased to Sierra Pacific Airlines on 24 August 1975. The American National Bank of Jacksonville purchased this airframe in May 1978, and the immediately leased it back to Sierra Pacific Airlines on the same day. Sierra Pacific Airlines finally bought this HP.137 outright on 15 October 1978, and in turn sold it to Big Sky Airlines on 23 October 1978. It was again sold, this time to Apollo Airways in May 1980. It was later sold on 28 February 1983, to GID Air Services, who re-registered it on 30 August 1983 as N114CP. GID Air Services sold it on 29 August 1984, to Jetaire Airlines, only to buy it back in January 1988. The registration N114CP was cancelled on 2 March 1990. The status of this airframe is not certain.

203, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 2, First Flight 2 February 1969. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-8-4, who re-registered it on 11 February 1970, as G-AXEK, and then delivered it to CSE Aviation Ltd on 25 May 1971. It was then sold on 20 March 1972, to South Central Air Transport, who changed the registration to N1FY, which was changed again on 12 July 1973, to N103SC. This HP.137 was sold on 28 June 1977, to Jetstream Incorporated, who in turn sold it back to South Central Air Transport on 23 April 1981. It was later withdrawn from use, and after a period of storage at Natchez, Missouri, was broken up for spares.

204, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 3, First Flight 22 January 1969. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-AVWI, it was transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 31 August 1969. It was then delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 2 October 1969, registered N1040S. This airliner was supposed to have gone to Cal-States Airlines, but the delivery never took place, and it was ultimately purchased outright by the Regency Management Corporation on 10 October 1972. It was in turn sold to the Riley Jetstream Corporation on 20 October 1972. On 10 April 1973, Riley sold this HP.137 to the Acme Air Corporation, who re-registered it the following day as N11DH, only to re-register it again on 8 February 1974, as N11DN. It was sold on 11 April 1974, to Jetstream Incorporated, who immediately leased it to Jetstream Commuters the same day. It was returned off lease in June 1974, and then sold on 12 September 1976, to Commuter Airways. On 11 April 1977, it was sold to Industrial Park tAviation Incorporated, who leased it the same day to South Central Air Transport. It was then sold in December 1977, back to Jetstream Incorporated and leased the same day to Air Illinois. The HP.137 was withdrawn from use in October 1983, and placed in storage at Springfield, Illinois. As of 25 September 2008, the registration N11DN is still valid and assigned to this Jetstream, under the ownership of Jetstream Incorporated of Dallas, Texas.

205, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 4, First Flight 10 February 1969. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-8-5, who changed the registration on 28 April 1969, to G-AXEM. It was delivered to Bavaria Fluggesellschaft on 22 October 1969. On 6 March 1970, while operating out of the airport at Sameden, Switzerland, the Jetstream hit some power lines, crashed and was destroyed.

206 HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 5, First Flight 24 March 1969. Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-AWVJ, it was transferred in May 1969, to the International Jetstream Corporation, who changed the registration to N1036S, and then delivered it in October 1969, to Regency Income Venture. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but the deliver never took place. Instead it was purchased by Highland Minerals Incorporated in September 1971, who in turn sold it to Scottish Aviation in May 1972. In April 1973, the airframe was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications and purchased by the Royal Air Force, Serial Number XX475. In August 1980, it was upgraded to Jetstream T Mk 2 standards, and on 8 October 1980, transferred to the Royal Navy.

207, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 6, First Flight 4 March 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-8-6, it was sold on 28 April 1969, to CSE Aviation Ltd, registered G-AXEL. It was later delivered to the British Steel Corporation on 28 September 1969. The following day, this HP.137 Mk 1 was damaged during a forced landing at Courtyard Farm, near Hunstanton. It was not repaired.

208, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 7, First Flight 17 April 1969, Notes: This HP.137 was transferred from Handley Page to the International Jetstream Corporation in May 1969, registered as G-AWVK. It was then delivered to Regency Kirkdorffer Venture on 28 May 1969, and registered as N1035S. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but was not delivered. Instead it was leased to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 20 December 1970. It was purchased by Highland Minerals Incorporated on 3 September 1971. It was withdrawn from use in July 1972, and placed in storage at Biggin Hill, Kent. On 22 February 1974, it was pulled from storage and sold to the Decca Navigator Company Ltd, who in turn transferred it on 13 November 1980, the Racal-Decca Company Ltd, after which it was transferred yet again, this time on 2 December 1986, to Racal Avionics Ltd, registered as G-RAVL.

209, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 8, First Flight 2 May 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-8-7, then re-registered on 2 May 1969, as G-AXEP and transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 24 May 1969. It was delivered to the Hoover Company on 18 June 1969, and registered as N5V. It was purchased by Omni Aircraft Incorporated on 20 November 1972, registered as N74169. It was then sold to the La Costa Country Club on 26 January 1973, registered N5VP, then to the Cessna Aircraft Corporation on 6 December 1977, and finally to Apollo Airways on the same day. Apollo Airways re-registered it as N5VH on 10 March 1978, and again as N2209 in June 1979. This Jetstream, while registered as N5VH and in Apollo Airways livery, appeared in the James Bond film "Moonraker." Apollo Airway was renamed Pacific Coast Airlines on 1 March 1982. This HP.137 was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Burbank, California. It was repossessed by the Bank of America on March 1986, and then sold the following month to Newair Airservice, registered OY-CRP.

210, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 9, First Flight 17 May 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 6 June 1969, with the registration G-AWYM, before being delivered to Buckner Sprinkler Industries on 9 June 1969, who re-registered it as N62BS. It was then sold to Omni Aviation on 26 May 1971, who in turn sold it to Jet America Incorporated on 11 June 1971, who in turn sold it to the National Aero Association on 22 March 1973, who then sold it to Media General Incorporated on 17 April 1973. Media General re-registered it as N2MG on 22 June 1973. It was then purchased by the O’Gara Aviation Company in October 1987, re-registered as N2MQ, and subsequently leased to Odin Air in December 1989, carrying the registration TF-ODI.

211, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 10, First Flight 24 April 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page, registered G-8-8, it was re-registered as G-AXFV on 20 May 1969. It was converted to HP.137-200 specifications in February 1970, and then delivered to the Cranfield Institute of Technology on 1 September 1970. It was later purchased by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd on 3 June 1971, who sold it to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 24 January 1973, who in turn sold it to Mr. William J Bright on 30 March 1973. It was sold again on 14 January 1974 to Gecamines, and re-registered 9Q-CTC. It was bought back by British Aerospace in February 1978, converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 standards, Serial Number ZA111, and sold to the Royal Navy on 9 September 1983. As of 28 June 2011, this Jetstream was noted as assigned to 750 NAS.

212, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 11, First Flight 29 May 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 11 June 1969, with the registration G-AWYN, before being purchased by the National Steel Corporation on 13 June 1969, and re-registered as N340. It was then sold to Apollo Airways on 11 May 1978, who in turn sold it on the same day to Jetstream Incorporated. It was re-registered as N2212 on 31 May 1978, and leased on the same day to Apollo Airways. This airline was renamed Pacific Coast Airlines on 1 March 1982. In December 1984, this HP.137 was sold to California Corporate Leasing, who then sold it to Mr. Stephan R. Landau in June 1985. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this airframe, however the status of the registration is in question. The status of this airframe is not certain.

213, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 12, First Flight 14 June 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 21 June 1969, with the registration G-AWYP. Strangely, the aircraft, under the registration N137HP, was seized on 30 March 1970, by the Pacific Airmotive Corporation, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Burbank, California. It was later bought by the G. C. Murphy Company on 1 February 1973, who in turn sold it to Robert Graf Incorporated on 9 October 1973. It was then leased to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Corporation on 1 January 1976, and subsequently sub-leased to Sierra Pacific Airlines the same day. It was returned off lease to Robert Graf Incorporated on 16 April 1976, who then sold it to a Mr. Robert E. Evans on 24 February 1977. Robert E. Evans re-registered this HP.137 as N666AE, on 28 December 1977. It was then sold on 15 March 1978, to a Mr. Jerry W. Pittman, who then sold it on the same day to the Argonaut Energy Corporation. It was sold yet again in March 1979, this time to Apollo Airways, who changed the registration to N1213. Apollo Airways changed its name to Pacific Coast Airlines on 1 March 1982. In October 1986, the airframe was sold to Barron Thomas Aviation, withdrawn from use and placed in storage. According to FAA records this registration was cancelled on 20 October 1993, due to the fact that this airframe was destroyed.

214, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 13, First Flight 12 June 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 19 June 1969, with the registration G-AXHB. After a time in storage at Edmonton, Canada, the airframe was bought in May 1975, by the Riley Turbostream Corporation. It was then sold on 21 October 1975, to Robert Graf Incorporated, and re-registered N17RJ. In March 1976, this HP.137 was bought by a Mr. James F. Pigott, who in turn leased it on 16 April 1976, to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Corporation who then sub-leased on the same day to Sierra Pacific Airlines. It was purchased outright by Sierra Pacific Airlines in August 1978, and leased to Big Sky Airlines on 28 August 1978. It was later bought on 28 February 1983, by GID Air Services, then sold on 29 August 1984, by Jetaire Airlines, only to be bought back by GID Air Services in January 1988. The registration N17RJ was cancelled on 2 March 1990. The status of this airrframe is not certain.

215, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 15, First Flight 12 June 1969, Notes: Line Number out of sequence – Line Number 14 was C/n 219. Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 9 July 1969, with the registration G-AXGK. It was then sold to Equipment Investors Incorporated on 1 August 1969, re-registered N220PA, and delivered on 1 September 1969, to the Purex Corporation. It was later returned to W.W. Selover and J.W. Stevenson on 27 August 1971, and sold the same day to Diamond Reo Trucks, who then leased it on 15 December 1971 to South Central Air Transport. This HP.137 was subsequently purchased by Jetstream Incorporated on 28 June 1977, in turn sold to South Central Air Transport in October 1978, only to be sold back to Jetstream Incorporated on 6 April 1984. Next it was leased to Flightline Incorporated in October 1984, and leased again, this time to Caribbean Express on 28 July 1985. It was then purchased by Ibis Investments in March 1987, and re-registered OO-IBJ.

216, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 16, First Flight 16 June 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 28 June 1969, with the registration G-AXGL. It was then delivered to Regency Wollitt Venture in August 1969. It was intended for Cal-States Airlines, but was not delivered. Instead, this HP.137 was purchased by Highland Mineral Incorporated in September 1971, who in turn sold it in May 1972, to Scottish Aviation Ltd. It was then converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications in June 1973, and went to the Royal Air Forces as XX476 on 27 October 1973. It was later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 standards, eventually going to the Royal Navy on 17 November 1978.

217, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 17, First Flight 17 June 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-AXHJ, but then transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 30 August 1969, with the registration N12217. It was delivered to Apollo Airways in May 1977, but then sold to Zia Airlines on 13 April 1979. Zia Airlines changed its name to Air New Mexico in February 1980. This airliner was repossessed by the First National Bank of Albuquerque on 22 July 1980, and subsequently sold to First Class Aircraft Leasing on 24 August 1981, who leased it on 8 October 1981, to Interstates Airlines. It was then sold on 25 August 1983, to Pacific Coast Airlines, who in turn sold it in April 1988, to Newair Airservice, who registered the airframe as OY-CRR.

218, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 18, First Flight 2 July 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 12 July 1969, with the registration G-AXGM. It was re-registered as N12218 on 8 December 1969, and later delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 16 December 1969. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but was not delivered. Instead, this HP.137 was bought by the Regency Management Corporation on 10 October 1972, only to be repossessed by the Mercantile Trust Company on 5 March 1975. It was then sold to the Century Aircraft Corporation on 12 March 1975, and later converted to Century III specifications in November 1977. It was then bought by Air Illinois on 25 November 1977, and then sold again on 4 May 1980, this time to Dorado Wings, who changed their name to Crown Air in 28 May 1981. This airframe was repossessed again, this time by the Federal Aviation Administration, on 15 March 1983, after which it was withdrawn from use and place in storage at Daytona Beach, Florida. The registration N12218 is no longer assigned to this airframe. The status of this airframe is not certain.

219, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 14, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10378. All C-10A aircraft were to be powered by the Garrett AiResearch TPE-331-3A-301W turboprop engine. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

220, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 19, First Flight 4 July 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 25 July 1969, with the registration G-AXGN. It delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 4 August 1969, and re-registered as N1038S. It was intended for Cal-States Airlines, but was delivered instead to the Sierra Pacific Financial Corporation on 20 July 1971, who eventually sold it on 3 November 1972, to Omni Aviation Incorporated, who sold it on the same day to N.E. Isaacson and Associates. It was re-registered as N651KE on 26 January 1973. On 23 May 1975, it was purchased by Robert Graf Incorporated, and then leased to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Corporation on 24 July 1975, and sub-leased the same day to Sierra Pacific Airlines. It was sold in August 1975 to the Riley Turbostream Corporation, only to be bought once again by Robert Graf Incorporated on 22 January 1976, and then leased again to Sierra Pacific Airlines on the same day. This airliner was bought by Tamen Leasing Incorporated on 15 December 1978, re-registered as N16RJ, and leased on 16 December 1978, to Big Sky Airlines. It was then leased in May 1982, to Pacific Coast Airlines. It was finally bought by D. H. Gayne and Associates in February 1983, withdrawn from used and broken up for spare parts at Santa Barbara, California.
On 19 October 2008, Mr. Joseph Albert wrote in: I was Chief Pilot for NE Isaacson & Associates and was instrumental in the purchase of HP.137, S/N 220. We modified the original airliner interior with a 10 pax interior, and operated it as a corporate aircraft. We also kept the original 18 pax interior, and would convert it back to this option to fly lot sale prospects from Chicago to northern Wisconsin. It was a great aircraft, but the engines were particularly problematic. On one ocassion, we had a dual engine flame out on final to runway 27R at O'Hare International Airport. No damage, just bruised egos as it was pilot error all the way in the way my co-pilot handled the engine condition levers. Loved the aircraft and had a great relationship with the other 7 or so operators in the US at the time.

221, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 21, First Flight 10 July 1969, Notes: Line number is out of sequence. Line Number 20 was apparently not assigned to a Jetstream. Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 5 September 1969, with the registration G-AXIK. It was re-registered as N12221 on 2 October 1969. It was delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 16 December 1969. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but was delivered instead to the Regency Management Corporation on 10 October 1972. It was repossessed by the Mercantile Trust Company on 5 March 1973, and subsequently sold to the Century Aircraft Corporation on 13 March 1975. It was then converted to Century III specifications in August 1976. It was purchased by the Kad and Company on 24 April 1978, and leased the same day to Air US, which changed its name to Excellaire on 26 January 1984. This airliner was repossessed by the Federal Aviation Administration on February 1985, and placed in storage at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was later sold in September 1985 to a Mr. Gerard A Cerand.

222, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 22, First Flight 11 July 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-8-9, it was re-registered as G-AXUI on 11 December 1969. It was then delivered to the Cranfield Institute of Technology on 1 September 1970.

223, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 24, First Flight 25 July 1969, Notes: Line number out of sequence. Line Number 23 is assigned to C/n 226. Originally with Handley Page as G-AXIL, it was transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 25 September 1969, with the new registration N12223. It was then delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 16 December 1969, then sold to the Regency Management Corporation on 10 October 1972. This airliner was repossessed on 7 February 1975, by the Mercantile Trust Company, who then sold it to the Allied Magnetics Corporation on 10 February 1975. On 21 May 1975, it was purchased by Apollo Airways, who later changed its name to Pacific Coast Airlines on 1 March 1982. Pacific Coast Airlines sold this aircraft in April 1984, to California Leasing, only to lease it back the same day. As of 28 September 2008, this HP.137 was still registered as N12223, under the ownership of California Corporate Leasing, Ltd, however the registration status is under review.

224, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 25, First Flight 31 July 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-AXIM, it was transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 27 September 1969, with the new registration N12224. It was then delivered to the Regency Income Corporation on 16 December 1969. It was intended for Cal-State Airlines, but was never delivered. Instead, it was sold to the Regency Management Corporation on 10 October 1972. This HP.137 was repossessed on 5 March 1975, by the Mercantile Trust Company, who then sold it on 12 March 1975, to the Century Aircraft Corporation. It was then converted in February 1978, to Century III specifications. After this, it was sold on 5 July 1978, to Air Illinois, who in turn sold it on 4 May 1980, to Dorado Wings. This company changed its name on 28 May 1981, to Crown Air. On 15 March 1983, this airliner was repossessed once again, this time by the Federal Aviation Administration, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Daytona Beach, Florida. As of 25 September 2008, the registration N12224 was still listed as assigned to this airframe, however it is no longer valid.

225, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 26, First Flight 7 August 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-8-10, but then was re-registered as G-AXON on 29 September 1969. It was then transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 9 February 1970, and re-registered as N10AB. It was delivered to the K.R. Cravens Corporation on 17 March 1970, only to be repossessed by the Mercantile Trust Company on 6 May 1977. It was sold to Apollo Airways on 31 May 1977, who changed the registration on 11 January 1978 to N12225. Apollo Airways later sold this Jetstream on 5 July 1978, to Zia Airlines, who changed its name to Air New Mexico in February 1980. This airliner was repossessed on 21 May 1980, by the First National Bank of Albuquerque, who then sold on 9 October 1981, to First Class Aircraft Leasing. It was then leased to Interstate Airlines on 9 October 1981, and then leased again on 25 March 1983, to Pacific Coast Airlines. It was finally sold to Newair Airservice in April 1988, with the new registration OY-CRS.

226, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 23, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10379. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

227, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 28, First Flight 14 August 1969, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. Originally with Handley Page as G-AXJZ, it was then transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 30 September 1969, and re-registered as N12227. It was delivered to the G.C. Murphy Company on 10 March 1970, who changed the registration on 4 May 1970, to N510E, and again on 9 March 1976, to N510F. It was sold to Delta Bravo Aviation on 31 May 1976, who in turn sold it on 1 June 1976, to Transexecutive Aviation Incorporated. It was then leased to South Central Air Transport on the same day. South Central Air Transport bought this airliner outright on 2 November 1978. This HP.137 was bought by British Aerospace Incorporated on 20 December 1978, and transferred the following day to British Aerospace, who re-registered it on 14 June 1979, to G-JSSD. This airframe was converted to the BAe 3100 prototype.


228, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 27, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10380. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

229, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 29, First Flight 19 September 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 3 December 1969, as G-AXKG. The registration was changed in February 1970, to N10EA. The airframe was withdrawn from use and placed for a time in storage at Edmonton, Canada, before being delivered to Apollo Airways in May 1977. It was later sold to a Mr. Marvin R. Trevillian in December 1980, who changed the registration to N229, and leased in the same month back to Apollo Airways. This airline changed its name on 1 March 1982, to Pacific Coast Airlines. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this airframe, however the status of the registration is in question.

230, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 30, First Flight 23 October 1969, Notes: Initially with Handley Page as G-8-11, then re-registered on 31 December 1969, as G-AXVF, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Edmonton, Canada. It was finally delivered to Apollo Airways in May 1977, and registered as N85230. In January 1979, this HP.137 was bought by the Nevada National Leasing Company, and immediately leased back to Apollo Airways. Later, in March 1981, it was purchased by Islay Investments, re-registered as N9033Z and again leased to Apollo Airways. Apollo Airways changes its name to Pacific Coast Airlines on 1 March 1982. In July 1985, this airliner was sold to a Mr. Andrew L Molnar, who immediately leased it to Pacific Coast Airlines. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this airframe, and under the ownership of Mr. Molnar, however the registation status is under review.

231, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 32, First Flight 3 November 1969, Notes: Line Number is out of sequence. Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation as G-AXLO on 15 November 1969. It was then delivered to the Di Georgio Corporation on 29 November 1969, who sold it on 12 February 1973, to the Riley Turbostream Corporation. It was re-registered on 19 March 1973, as N7RJ, and apparently carried the titles “Life of Riley.” Riley Turbostream sold it in November 1974, to Jetstream Incorporated, who sold it on 9 December 1976, to Consolidated Airways, who in turn sold it on 18 April 1977, to Industrial Park Aviation Incorporated, who finally sold it back to Jetstream Incorporated on 28 April 1977. It was then leased to South Central Air Transport on then same day, and ultimately returned off lease to Jetstream Incorporated on 15 December 1977. It was then leased on 16 December 1977, to Air Illinois, before being withdrawn from use in October 1983, and placed in storage at Springfield, Illinois. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this HP.137, and is listed as valid, under the ownership of Jetstream Incorporated of Dallas, Texas.

232, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 31, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10381. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

233, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 33, First Flight 8 November 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 22 November 1969, as G-AXLP, then delivered as N8943 to the Standard Oil Company on 17 December 1969, who changed the registration to N815M on 30 December 1969. The airframe was sold on 19 December 1972, to American Aircraft Sales Incorporated, who in turn sold it on 20 December 1972, to Stern Enterprises Incorporated. It was then leased to Jetstream Commuters in April 1974. After being returned off lease on June 1974, it was transferred to Ernest Stern and George Stern on 27 February 1975, who eventually sold it on 1 May 1975, to Century Telephone Enterprises Incorporated. On 31 May 1978, it was purchased by a Mr. Glen C. Jeckel, who leased it to Apollo Airways on the same day. After being returned off leased, this HP.137 was sold on 10 December 1978, to Great Wendee and Curanik Corporation, who then sold it on 10 December 1979, to Zia Airlines. Zia Airlines changed its name in February 1980, to Air New Mexico. On 22 July 1980, this airliner was repossessed by the First National Bank of Albuquerque, and then sold in January 1982, to First Class Aircraft Leasing, who in turn leased it on 14 January 1982, to Interstate Airlines. In yet another change of ownership, this Jetstream was sold to California Business Leasing in March 1983, and then leased to Pacific Coast Airlines that same month. In April 1984, the registration was changed to N33233. It was later withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Goleta, California. In April 1988, the airframe was sold to Newair Airservice, and the registration changed to OY-CRT.

234, HP.137 Mk1, Line Number 34, First Fight 8 December 1969, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-8-12, and initially placed in storage. It was then delivered on 26 June 1973, to the Knivett Aviation Support Company as G-BBBV. It was then purchased by South Central Air Transport on 5 July 1974, and re-registered N1BE. On 6 August 1974, it was again re-registered, this time as N102SC. It was withdrawn from use in December 1977, and placed in storage at Natchez, Mississippi. On 28 August 1978, this airliner was purchased by Apollo Airways, who changed its name on 1 March 1983, to Pacific Cast Airlines, and re-registered the airframe as N14234. It was then sold to Barron Thomas Aviation in September 1986, withdrawn from use the following month and placed in storage. It was ultimately bought back by British Aerospace and use as a static display airframe.

235, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 36, First Flight 2 December 1969, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 9 December 1969, as G-AXRE, it was later delivered to the Airspur Corporation on 4 February 1970, and re-registered as N10GA. After a period of time in storage at Edmonton, Canada, this airframe was purchased on 27 June 1975, by the Century Aircraft Corporation. It was converted to Century III specifications in August 1978. It was then bought by Air US on 8 September 1978, only to be bought back by Century Aircraft on 9 April 1980, who then leased it back on the same day to Air US, who in turn re-purchased the airliner on 29 September 1980. Air US changed its name to Excellaire on 26 January 1984. This HP.137 was repossessed by the Federal Aviation Administration in February 1985. It was then bought by Barron Thomas Aviation in May 1985, who then sold it to a Mr. Gerard A Cerand on September 1986.

236, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 35, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10382. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in May 1976.

237, HP.137 Mk1, Line Number 37, First Flight 15 December 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 29 December 1969, as G-AXRF, it was then delivered to Associated Leasing on 20 February 1970, re-registered as N2527. It was re-registered again in August 1970, as N666WB. It was purchased by Omni Aviation Incorporated on 13 December 1972, who sold it to the Air Investment Company on 17 December 1972. Next, it was purchased by a Mr. William B. Hilton in February 1972, who sold it to L & M Holdings on 14 February 1975, who in turn sold it to a Mr. Glen C. Jeckel on 11 July 1975. It was then leased by Provident Resources on 11 July 1975, and bought out right on 24 July 1977. In yet another change of ownership, it was purchased by Tayco Petroleum on 30 March 1981, who sold it in November 1984, to California Flight Partners Ltd, who in turn leased it to Pacific Cast Airlines the same month. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this HP.137, and the owner is still California Flight Partners Ltd, however the status of the registration is in question.

238, HP.137 Mk1, Line Number 38, First Flight 18 December 1969, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 6 February 1970, as G-AXKG, it was then delivered the Airspur Corporation on 24 February 1970, and re-registered as N11360. After being stored for a period of time at Edmonton, Canada, it was purchased by the Century Aircraft Corporation on 27 June 1975. It was converted to Century III specifications on March 1979. It was then leased to Air Illinois in April 1979, only to be returned off lease in August 1979, to Century Aircraft Corporation, who then leased it the same month to Air US. On 17 April 1981, this HP.137 was destroyed in a mid-air collision near Loveland, Colorado.

239, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 39, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10383. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

240, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 40, First Flight 16 January 1970, Notes: Initially transferred to the International Jetstream Corporation on 6 February 1970, as G-AXRH, before being delivered to the Airspur Corporation on 24 February 1970, and re-registered as N4770. After a period of storage at Edmonton, Canada, it was purchased by the Century Aircraft Corporation on 27 June 1975. The airframe was converted to Century III specifications during January 1979, and then leased the following month to Air Illinois. It was purchased on 4 May 1980, by Dorado Wings. The airframe was repossessed by the Federal Aviation Administration on 15 March 1980, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Daytona Beach, Florida. It was then sold to the Hawkeye Institute of Technology in May 1987. As of 28 September 2008, this registration is still assigned to this HP.137, and is listed as valid, under the ownership of Technical Education Services Incorporated of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

241, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 41, First Flight 21 January 1970, Notes: Originally with Handley Page as G-AXRI, it was placed in storage at Radlett, Hertfordshire before being delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 30 March 1971. It was then sold to the Arthur Guinness Son & Company on 12 June 1974. The airframe was upgraded to HP.137-200 specifications in July 1974. It was then bought back by Terravia on 1 September 1977, who in turn sold it to Glos-Air Ltd in December 1981. It was re-registered G-GLOS on 24 April 1982, and later sold to Sabre Engines Ltd on 7 October 1982. It was then sold to Biggin Executive Aviation on 25 May 1993, and later withdrawn from use in March 1994, and placed in storage. On 19 July 1995, this HP.137 was sold to the International Business and Industrial Service, and it registration changed to OO-IBL. In 1999, it was again withdrawn from use and placed in storage.

242, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 43, First Flight N/A, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10384. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

243, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 42, First Flight 30 January 1970, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. Originally with Handley Page as G-8-13, before being delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 30 March 1971, as G-AYWR. The airframe was upgraded to HP.137-200 specifications in January 1974, and then sold to the Morgan Crucible Company Ltd on 13 February 1974, as G-BBYM. It was later sold to Glos-Air Ltd on 14 July 1981, who in turn sold it to Rig Design Services Ltd on 12 January 1982.

244, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 47, First Flight N/A, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10385. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

245, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 44, First Flight 4 February 1970, Notes: Delivered to the Cranfield Institute of Technology on 3 September 1970, as G-AXUM.

246, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 45, First Flight 12 January 1970, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 18 September 1970, as G-AXUN, who in turn delivered it to the Cranfield Institute of Technology on 23 June 1971. It was later purchased by Distillers Company PLC on 29 July 1974, and re-registered as G-BCWW. The airframe was upgraded to HP.137-200 specifications in December 1974. It was then bought by Centrax PLC on 19 April 1984, and re-registered as G-CTRX.

247, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 51, First Flight N/A, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10386. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in January 1972.

248, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 46, First Flight 23 February 1970, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 18 September 1970, as G-AXUO, who in turn sold it to Air Wasteels on 8 March 1972, registered as F-BTMI. It was then purchased by Air Aquitaine in June 1976, only to be repossessed by Air Wasteels in August 1977. It was then bought back by British Aerospace in February 1978, and converted on July 1981, to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications, after which it was sold on 30 April 1982, to the Royal Navy as ZA110.

249, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 48, First Flight 18 September 1970, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. Originally with Handley Page as G-8-14, then delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd on 18 September 1970, as G-AXXS. It was then bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX477, on 22 August 1972. The airframe was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications in August 1973. This Jetstream T Mk 1 was damaged beyond economical repair during a landing accident on 1 November 1974, at Little Rissington, Glostershire.

250, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 55, First Flight N/A, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10387. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in 1970.

251, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 49, First Flight 9 March 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUP. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX481. In March 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in October 1978.

258, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 05, First Flight 21 November 1968, Notes: Out of sequence. With Handley Page as G-AWBR, it was withdrawn from use in October 1969, and placed in storage at Radlett, Hertfordshire. The airframe was scrapped in May 1970.

259, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 50, First Flight 27 October 1973, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX479. In October 1973, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in December 1978.

260, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 59, First Flight N/A, Notes: Line Number out of sequence. This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10388. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap in 1970.

261, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 52, First Flight 4 October 1973, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXXT. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX478. In October 1973, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in February 1979. This Jetstream T Mk 2 was noted to be on charge with No 750 Naval Air Squadron, at RNAS Culdrose in July 2007.

262, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 53, First Flight 3 February 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX480. In February 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in February 1979.

263, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 54, First Flight 2 April 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX482, Code J. In April 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in November 1978. It was last reported in December 2003, to be in storage at RAF Shawbury.

264, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 56, First Flight 14 May 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX483. In April 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in November 1978.

265, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 57, First Flight 9 August 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX486. In August 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in May 1979. On 28 June 2011, the Jetstream was noted as assigned to 750 NAS.

266, HP.137 Mk 1, Line Number 58, First Flight 31 May 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX484. In May 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in March 1979.

267, HP.137-200, Line Number 60, First Flight 22 October 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX488. In October 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. After being transferred to the A&AEE at Boscombe Down, it was later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in December 1979, and transferred to the Royal Navy on 1 March 1980.

268, HP.137-200, Line Number 61, First Flight 17 July 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX485. In July 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in March 1979.

269, HP.137-200, Line Number 62, First Flight 18 October 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX487. In October 1974, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in May 1979. As of 28 June 2011, this Jetstream has been notes as assigned to 750 NAS.

270, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 63, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10389. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap at Radlett, Hertfordshire in 1970.

271, HP.137-200, Line Number 64, First Flight 17 November 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX490. In November 1975, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in August 1979.

272, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 65, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10390. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap at Radlett, Hertfordshire in 1970.

273, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 66, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10391. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap at Radlett, Hertfordshire in 1970.

274, HP.137-200, Line Number 67, First Flight 6 November 1974, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX492, Code A. In November 1975, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. On 22 March 2004, this Jetstream T Mk 1 was transferred to RNAS Culdrose to be stripped of spares and then scrapped. It is now in the collection at the Newark Air Museum.

275, HP.137-200, Line Number 68, First Flight 12 November 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970, as G-AXUR. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX491,, Code K. In December 1975, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was later withdrawn from use and transferred to RNAS Culdrose to be stripped of spares and then scrapped.

276, HP.137-200, Line Number 69, First Flight 31 October 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX496, Code D. In October 1975, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. Its final flight – RAF Cranwell to RAF Cosford – was on 22 March 2004, when this Jetstream T Mk 1 was withdrawn from use and transferred to the Royal Air Force Museum at RAF Cosford for preservation.

277, HP.137 Mk 3M, Line Number 70, First Flight N/A, Notes: This Jetstream was to be built as a Jetstream Mk 3M, and delivered as a C-10A to the U.S. Air Force, Serial Number 68-10392. The airframe was never completed and was eventually sold for scrap at Radlett, Hertfordshire in February 1970.

278, HP.137-200, Line Number 71, First Flight 3 February 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX493, Code L. In February 1976, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was last reported as withdrawn from use at RAF Cranwell.

279, HP.137-200, Line Number 72, First Flight 31 January 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX489. In November 1975, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. It was transferred to the Royal Navy on 29 October 1976, and later converted to Jetstream T Mk 2 specifications in August 1978. This Jetstream T Mk 2 was written off on 8 May 1976, when it crashed into the sea of Portland Harbour.

280, HP.137-200, Line Number 73, First Flight 17 November 1975, Notes: Originally delivered to Terravia Trading Services Ltd in August 1970. It was placed in storage at Sywell, Northamptonshire until it was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd in August 1971. On 22 August 1972, the airframe was bought by the Royal Air Force, as XX497, Code E. In March 1976, it was converted to Jetstream T Mk 1 specifications. On 17 December 2003, this airframe was transferred to RAF Shawbury for storage.

422, Jetstream T Mk 1, First Flight 16 October 1975, Notes: Delivered to the Royal Air Force on 30 January 1976, as XX494, Code B. On 22 March 2004, this airframe was transferred to RAF Shawbury to be stripped for spares and then scrapped.

423, Jetstream T Mk 1, First Flight 1 October 1975, Notes: Delivered to the Royal Air Force on 30 January 1976, as XX495, Code C. On 22 March 2004, this airframe was transferred to RAF Shawbury to be stripped for spares and then scrapped. It was then purchased in February 2006 by Bedford College, via Everett Aero Supplies, as an instructional airframe.

424, Jetstream T Mk 1, First Flight 24 September 1976, Notes: Delivered to the Royal Air Force on 30 January 1976, as XX498, Code F. This airframe has been withdrawn from use at RAF Cranwell – date? It was last reported in a scrap yard in September 2004.

425, Jetstream T Mk 1, First Flight 7 May 1976, Notes: Delivered to the Royal Air Force on 30 January 1976, as XX499, Code G. On 22 March 2004, this airframe was transferred to RAF Shawbury for use as a crash/rescue training airframe. For a time in 2008 it was listed for sale by Everett Aero, Ipswich, United Kingdom. On 21 May 2008, it joined the collection at the Brooklands Museum

426, Jetstream T Mk 1, First Flight 2 December 1976, Notes: Delivered to the Royal Air Force on 30 January 1976, as XX500, Code H. On 22 March 2004, this airframe was sent to RNAS Culdrose to be stripped of spares and then scrapped. As of July 2005, this aircraft is reported as in storage with Everett Aero, Ipswich, United Kingdom. Currently for sale (2008).
 

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