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British Aerospace J31 Jetstream - MSN 601-700

British Aerospace J31 Jetstream – and series

Original: 1 August 2008
Last Update: 1 July 2016

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

601, Jetstream 3102, 18 February 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace, registered on 16 November 1981 as G-TALL. The first customer was to be Air Commuter, but this airliner was not delivered. Instead, it was re-registered to British Aerospace on 9 September 1983 as G-31-601, before being delivered to Birmingham Executive Airways on 3 October 1983, re-registered as G-WMCC. The company changed its name to Birmingham European Airways in March 1989, and this Jetstream was titled “City of Newcastle.” On 1 November 1992, Birmingham European Airways was merged with Brymon European Airways. This airline was transferred to Maersk Air (UK) Ltd on 1 August 1993, and operated for British Airways Express. It was withdrawn from use on 30 August 1996, and later sold on 21 November 1997, to TPA Aviation Incorporated. The UK civil registration was cancelled on 26 November 1997. It was then scrapped at Birmingham.

602, Jetstream 3101, 28 May 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-39. This J31 was intended for Mall Airways, registered as N92MA, but was not delivered. Instead it was re-registered by British Aerospace on 12 June 1982, as G-JBAE, and then transferred to Jetstream International Incorporated on 26 September 1982, and re-registered as N331J. The UK civil registration was officially cancelled on 26 January 1983. It was then leased to Atlantis Airlines in May 1983, only to be returned off lease in October of the same year. On 14 October 1983, this airliner was then delivered to Van Neal Airlines, returned to British Aerospace in February 1984, who in turn leased it the same month to Metro Express. After being returned off lease in February 1985, to British Aerospace, it was then leased again to Atlantis Airlines the same month. It was returned once again to British Aerospace in December 1988, who then lease it on 1 February 1989, to Eastern Metro Express, who themselves sub-leased it to Presidential Airways on 4 March 1989. Presidential Airways changed the registration to N422MX in May 1989. This airliner was finally repossessed by British Aerospace on 30 November 1989, withdrawn from use and place in storage. Some sources note that this Jetstream was ultimately withdrawn from use on 18 January 1991. On 6 June 1995, the registration N422MX was renewed by the FAA with the airframe under the ownership of British Aerospace Asset Management Incorporated. On 10 August 1999, this registration was cancelled, with the reason for cancellation listed as Destroyed, which more than likely means it was scrapped.

603, Jetstream 3103, 8 July 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-42, it was re-registered as G-CONE on 13 December 1982, and later delivered to Contractair on 15 December 1982. Contractair changed the registration back to G-31-42 on 6 September 1983, only to changed it again on the same day, this time to D-CONE. Contractair leased it to DLT in August 1984, and took it back off lease in December of the same year. On 31 May 1989, this airliner was sold to Air Nordic, re-reregistered as SE-KHB, who then sold it on 19 June 1991 to Difco Leasing, who in turn leased it back to Air Nordic the same day. It was returned off lease to Difco Leasing on 17 December 1991, who then leased it on 4 March 1992, to Sun-Air of Scandinavia with the registration OY-EDA. It was then sub-leased to Base Business Airlines on 1 March 1993. By 12 July 1997, it was back with Sun-Air of Scandinavia, operating on behalf of British Airways Express. On 4 September 1997, this airliner was bought by Gold Aviation, and re-registered as V2-LEZ. On 10 June 2002, it was sold again, this time to AL Aviation Leasing, and re-registered as D-CJRA. This Jetstream changed hands yet again on 5 May 2003, when it was sold to Sunrise Airlines as N603JS. This registration no longer applies to this aircraft. Prior to de-registration, which occurred on 12 June 2003, this J31 was registered to a trustee of the Aircraft Guaranty Corporation. One source indicates that this airframe has been broken up.

604, Jetstream 3102, 4 October 1982, Notes: Originally delivered to Peregrine Air Services on 30 December 1982, as G-BKHI. It was bought back by British Aerospace on 1 May 1986, who then leased it to Swedair on 31 October 1986, registered as SE-IPC. It was returned to British Aerospace on 31 May 1988, who changed the registration back to G-BKHI. It was then bought by Air Nordic on 21 August 1990, who changed the registration back to SE-IPC. The UK civil registration was officially cancelled on 22 August 1990. Air Nordic sold this airliner on 22 August 1990, to Commercial Leasing AF, and leased it back the same day. It was returned off lease on 17 December 1991, then leased to Newair Airservice on 2 December 1992, registered as OY-CLC. On 3 December 1997, this airliner went to Coast Air as LN-FAL. It was intended to then go to Eagle Airlines of Austria, but the transfer never took place. Instead it went to Personal Airliner Ltd on 25 April 2003, who re-registered it as N78019 on 23 September 2003. It was then sold to Southern Aircraft Consultancy Incorporated (UK) on 14 November 2007. As of 25 September 2008, this registration is still valid.

605, Jetstream 31, 30 October 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-45, this Jetstream was intended for Partnair, but was not delivered. Instead, it was transferred to the British Aerospace Incorporated on 18 December 1982, registered as N331JS, and then delivered to Jetstream International Airlines on 23 July 1984, and flown for Piedmont Commuter. It was re-registered in July 1985, as N331NY, and still flown for Piedmont Commuter. In November 1987, it was bought by Duncan Aviation Incorporated, who in turn sold it in May 1989, to the Coca-Cola Bottling Company. It was re-registered in September 1989, as N903FH. On 17 July 2001, it was sold to GKGF & S Acquisition, who changed the registration to N903EH. It then went to Club Air Incorporated on 30 August 2001, and then to Sky High Aviation LLC on 21 November 2005. As of 25 August 2008, this registration is still current and valid.

606, Jetstream 3102, 24 November 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-46, it was delivered to Peregrine Air Services on 23 May 1983, as G-BKKY. On 28 March 1986, this Jetstream was bought back by British Aerospace and was intended for delivery to Presidential Airlines. This delivery did not take place, instead the airframe was purchased in November 1987 by Air-X, and re-registered as SE-IZA. It was then leased in the same month to Arosflyg, before being sold to Air Nordic on 12 October 1988, and re-registered as SE-KHA. The UK civil registration was officially cancelled on 12 October 1988. In January 1990, this airliner was bought by Midwest Leasing of Sweden and leased back to Air Nordic the same month. Late in March 1990, it was bought by Commercial Leasing, but remained under lease to Air Nordic. It was returned off lease on 17 December 1991, and then leased on 7 August 1992, to Newair Airservice, registered as OY-CLB. It was then bought by Coast Air on 2 January 1998, and re-registered as LN-FAV. It was then leased for a period of time to Easy Islands Airlines in 2002. In December 2006, it went to the Norwegian Air Force as a ground instructional airframe.

607, Jetstream 3101, 21 December 1982, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-47, before being delivered on 10 May 1983, to Birmingham Executive Airways, as G-OBEA. This company changed its name in March 1989 to Birmingham European Airways and later merged with Brymon European Airways on 1 November 1992. It flew under the title “City of Cork.” On 1 August 1993, this Jetstream was transferred to Maersk Air (UK) Ltd. Over the next few years this Jetstream was operated by several airlines. On 1 December 1994, it went to European Airways, then on 11 March 1996, to Community Express Airlines, then back to European Airways on 5 July 1996, and then to Airwing Services Ltd on 24 June 1998. Premiere Aero Incorporated bought the airframe on 16 July 1998, and changed the registration to N607BA. The UK civil registration was cancelled on 3 July 1998. On 9 November 2007, it was bought by World Jet of Delaware Incorporated. As of 25 August 2008, this registration is still current and valid, however the registrant is the Professional Aviation Group LLC of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

608, Jetstream 31, 18 January 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-48, this Jetstream was intended to go to British Aerospace Incorporated as N331BE, instead it was retained by British Aerospace and registered on 29 March 1983 as G-JSBA. It was then leased on 28 December 1984, to Netherlines, and later returned off lease on 2 March 1985. British Aerospace changed the registration back to G-31-48 in April 1985. Again, this airframe was destined for British Aerospace Incorporated – with the registration N331BH – but the transfer never took place. Instead it was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in May 1985, re-registered as N331BJ, and leased in October 1988, to Jetstream International Airways, who in turn sub-leased it on 11 November 1988, to Presidential Airways. It was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 31 January 1989, and then sold to the Ameritrust Company in February 1990, who in turn leased it back to the Jet Acceptance Corporation the same month. It was then sub-leased to Westair Commuter Airlines that same month, and finally sub-leased to Atlantic Coast Airlines on 9 February 1990, who flew under United Express livery. In November 1994, this airframe was bought by JSX Captial Corporation, re-registered as N608JX, withdrawn from use and placed in storage. In December 1994, it was back operational and being operated by Air Ambulance. On 10 September 1997, it went to Native American Air Ambulance, before being withdrawn from use again in March 1999. On 6 December 2001 it was purchased by White Industries Incorporated, of Bates City, Missouri. On 4 March 2005, this registration was cancelled. As of 25 August 2008, the status of this airframe is not certain, although sources indicate it has been permanently withdrawn from use.

609, Jetstream 3101, 1 February 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-49, it was re-registered on 29 March 1983, as G-CBEA. It was then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated on 3 June 1983, with the registration N331BF. It was eventually delivered to Birmingham Executive Airways in April 1984, carrying the registration G-CBEA and the title “Spirit of West Midlands.” This airline changed its name in March 1989 to Birmingham European Airways, and later merged with Brymon European Airlines on 11 January 1992. This Jetstream was transferred to Maersk Air (UK) Ltd on 1 August 1993. On 30 November 1994, it went to European Airways before being sold on 27 May 1998, to Premiere Aero Incorporated, and re-registered as N609BA. The UK civil registration was cancelled on 22 May 1998. It was then sold to World Jet of Delaware on 9 November 2007. As of 25 August 2008, this registration is still current and valid, however the registrant is the Professional Aviation Group LLC of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

610, Jetstream 31, 25 February 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-50, this Jetstream was delivered to Contactair on 30 July 1983, registered as D-CONI. It was then sold to Air Nordic on 15 August 1989, and re-registered SE-KHC. On 19 June 1991, it was sold to Difco Leasing A/S, and leased back to Air Nordic the same day. It was returned off lease on 17 December 1991, and then leased to Sun-Air of Scandinavia on 5 November 1992, registered as OY-EDB. Next, on 17 October 1996, this Jetstream went to Flying Enterprise, registered again as SE-KHC, and the in December 1998 to Filder Air Service, registered as D-CNRY. In May 1999, it went to Tellair and shortly thereafter in February 2000, to European Air Express. On 3 January 2006, it was purchased by Jetstream Executive Travel, and re-registered as G-JXTA. As of 25 August 2008, this registration is still valid.

611, Jetstream 31, 15 March 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-611, this Jetstream was transferred in May 1983, to British Aerospace Incorporated, as N155AA, and later delivered to Atlantis Airlines on 29 July 1983. Atlantis Airlines changed the registration on 17 April 1985, to N988AX. On 15 February 1989, this airliner was purchased by the Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation, who then leased it the Eastern Metro Express the same day. It was registered as N419MX on 28 March 1989. This Jetstream was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 19 January 1991, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. This J31 was scrapped in 1997, at Kingman, Arizona.

612, Jetstream 3102, 1 April 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-612, then delivered to McAlpine Aviation Ltd on 9 June 1983, and registered as G-BKTN. It was then leased in May 1986 to Birmingham Executive Airways, and was later returned off lease to McAlpine Aviation Ltd on 7 February 1987. This airliner was then bought by British Aerospace on 30 September 1986, who sold it on 15 December 1987, to Air Engiandina, registered as HB-AEA. This company was merged with Air Material AG in May 1990. On 28 February, it was bought by SK Air, registered as OM-NKD. This Jetstream was reportedly withdrawn from use in 1999, and placed in storage. One report says that this airframe is currently (2008) stored in Slovakia.

613, Jetstream 31, 4 May 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-613, it was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated on 10 May 1983, registered as N331BG. It was registered on 8 August 1983, as N331BA. This Jetstream was purchased on 15 January 1991, by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company, and re-registered in May 1992, as N904FH. On 18 July 2001, it was purchased by GKGF&S Acquisitions and re-registered as N904EH, then sold on 30 August 2001, to Club Air Incorporated. On 16 November 2005, this J31 was purchased by JBS Air Incorporated, and as of 25 September 2008, this registration is still valid.

614, Jetstream 3102, 30 May 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-614, this airliner was delivered on 29 July 1983, to Distillers Company PLC, registered as G-BWWW. It was bought back by British Aerospace on 25 November 1986, and registered to the Military Aircraft Division of British Aerospace. On 1 February 1995, it was re-registered to BAe Systems LTD, Corporate Air Travel. As of 28 September 2008, this Jetstream is operational.

615, Jetstream 3102, 25 July 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-615, it was re-registered on 17 August 1983, as G-BKVU, before being leased to McAlpine Aviation for a short period in 1983. On 27 September 1983, it was back with British Aerospace as G-31-615, and was then transferred in December 1983 to British Aerospace Incorporated, as N822JS. Next this Jetstream was delivered on 16 February 1984, to Jetstream International Airlines. In February 1989, it was bought by the Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation and immediately leased back to Jetstream International Airlines. On 15 March 1991, the airframe was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated. On 16 May 1995, the registration N822JS was renewed, the registrant being British Aerospace Asset Management Incorporated, of Sterling, Virginia. This registration was cancelled on 10 August 1999, the reason for cancellation being listed as destroyed, which more than likely means the airframe was scrapped.

616, Jetstream 3102, 8 August 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-616, it was delivered on 23 August 1983, to McAlpine Aviation as G-BKUY. It was returned to British Aerospace on 30 June 1986, and then leased on 20 May 1989, to Bodrum Imsik Airlines. It was returned to British Aerospace on 28 May 1989, and then leased on 17 January 1992, to Air Foyle, who then sub-leased it on 7 April 1993, to Lakeside Aviation. One source indicates that this Jetstream was operated by Eagle European for a short period in 1994, until the airframe was impounded on 29 June 1994. In any case, on 2 December 1994, this airliner was re-registered – still as G-BKUY – to Jetstream Aircraft Ltd, and then again on 11 June 1997, to British Aerospace (Operations) Ltd. It was intended for delivery to Flying Enterprise, registered as SE-LHY, but the delivery never took place. Instead, on 30 September 1997, it was sold to Filder Air Service, registered as D-CNRX. The UK civil registration was finally cancelled on 6 March 1998, as this Jetstream was exported earlier to its German owners. It was operated for a few months in 1999 by Tellair, before being returned to Filder Air Service in February 2000, when it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage. In August 2000, this airliner was reactivated and put in service by Peerusair, and then in 2001 by Lufttaxi Flug. On 23 June 2004, this J31 was registered as N430JV, the registrant being SASCA LLC, of Doral, Florida. The registration was cancelled on 30 August 2004, when the airframe was listed as exported to Venezuela. Now in the fleet of SASCA – Servicios Aeronauticos Sucre, the airframe carried the Venezuelan civil registration YV-1163C for a period of time before being re-registered as YV-186T. On 13 February 2008, while landing at the Los Roques Airport, this Jetstream ran off the end of the runway and was substantially damaged when the landing gear collapsed. The current status of the airframe is not certain.

617, Jetstream 31, 25 August 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-617, then transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in November 1983, registered as N156AA, who in turn delivered it on 24 November 1983, to Atlantis Airlines, who changed the registration on 18 April 1985, to N989AX. It was then bought on 15 February 1989, by Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation, who leased it on the same day to Eastern Metro Express. The registration was changed again in April 1989, to N420MX. On 22 November 1989, this Jetstream was leased to Presidential Airlines before being returned to British Aerospace Incorporated in July 1990. It was then withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 26 April 1995, the registration N420MX was renewed under the ownership of British Aerospace Asset Management Incorporated, of Sterling, Virginia. The registration was cancelled on 10 August 1999, the reason for cancellation being listed as Destroyed, which more than likely means the airframe was scrapped. This J31 Jetstream was scrapped.

618, Jetstream 31, 14 September 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-618, then transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in November 1983, registered as N820JS, who in turn delivered it on 12 December 1983, to Jetstream International Airlines, which operated it fot Piedmont Commuter. In February 1989, this J31 was purchased by the Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation and leased on the same day to Jetstream International Airlines, and now operated it for USAir Express. On 15 March 1991, it was bought back by British Aerospace Incorporated, withdrawn from use and placed in storage. In April 1995, it was purchased by JSX Capital Corporation, and re-registered as N618JX. In 16 March 2004, it was sold to FBX Aviation LLC, and again on 29 June 2006, to Corporate Flight Management. As of 1 October 2008, this Jetstream still carried a valid FAA registration, the registrant being KSC Enterprises Incorporated, of Lake Mary, Florida. On 14 February 2007, KSC Enterprises changed the registration on this Jetstream to N618SC. The aircraft is operational.

619, Jetstream 31, 26 September 2983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-619, then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in November 1983, registered as N821JS, who in turn delivered it on 18 December 1983, to Jetstream International Airlines. In February 1989, this J31 was purchased by the Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation and leased on the same day to Jetstream International Airlines. On 15 March 1991, it was bought back by British Aerospace Incorporated, withdrawn from use and placed in storage. It was then bought in April 1995, by the JSX Capital Corporation and re-registered as N619JX. On 17 August 1995, an FAA registration was issued for this airliner in the name of British Aerospace Asset Management Incorporated, of Sterling, Virginia. This registration was ultimately cancelled on 10 August 1999, as the aircraft was scrapped.

620, Jetstream 31, 21 October 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-620, it was delivered on 10 February 1984, to Skywest Airlines, registered as VH-JSW. On 26 June 1998, it was bought by Aircruising Australia. On 15 February 2000, this J31 was bought by Osprey Aviation Ltd, and re-registered as G-BYYI, who in turn sold it on 3 March 2000, to Vale Aviation Ltd. Finally on 2 June 2004, it was purchased by Jetstream Executive Travel. On 13 September 2006, this Jetstream was de-registered by the CAA, and permanently withdrawn from use.

621, Jetstream 31, 3 November 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-621, it was intended for delivery to McAlpine Aviation Ltd, registered as G-BLCY, however this transfer never took place. Then, on 23 Janaury 1984, this Jetstream did end up being delivered to McAlpine Aviation Ltd, registered as G-BLDO. McAlpine Aviation Ltd then leased this airliner on June 1984, to Euroflite Ltd, who returned it off lease on April 1985. It was then leased in May 1986, to Peregrine Air Services, who soon returned it off lease on 19 August 1986. On 29 August 1986, it was bought back by British Aerospace, and re-registered on 2 April 1987, as G-BTXL. It was then sold on 21 April 1987, to Berlin Regional UK. This J31 was withdrawn from use on April 1990, and placed in storage at Bremen, West Germany, before being sold in July 1993, to Caledonian Airborne Systems, who in turn sold it on 23 July 1993, to Coast Air. It was leased on the same day to Bon-Accord Airways, who later returned it off lease on 25 October 1993. It was sold – possibly simply leased – the same month to Vestfly, and re-registered as LN-FAJ. Reports differ somewhat, but it appears that it was then leased on 8 March 2000, to Air Algerie, only to be returned to Coast Air on 1 June 2000. On 1 January 2001, it was then leased to Guardair, and again returned to Coast Air on 29 March 2001. The Norwegian COA expired on 31 March 2007. Finally, this airframe was taken over by the Royal Norwegian Air Force and used as a ground instructional airframe at the Air Force Training Center at Kjevik, Norway.

622, Jetstream 3102, 16 December 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-622. British Aerospace changed the registration on 28 November 1983, to G-BLCB, only to change it back to G-31-622 in March 1984. It was delivered to Skywest Airlines on 6 April 1984, and registered as VH-HSW. On 12 August 1999, this J31 was bought by the London Flight Centre, and operated by Love Air carrying the registration G-LOVB. By June 2004, it was being operated by Highland Airways Ltd. On 1 July 2005, it was sold to Achn Aviation Ltd, and leased on 3 April 2006 to Aurora Airlines Ltd, and yet again on 18 August 2006, to Ocean Sky (UK) Ltd. On 28 April 2007, this Jetstream was under lease to Highland Airways Ltd. As of 8 October 2008, this Jetstream is still current and operational. On 5 January 2009, it was registered to Sky Aeronautical Ltd, and as of 25 June 2010, this registration is still valid.

623, Jetstream 31, 21 November 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-623, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1984, and registered as N823JS. It was then delivered on 15 March 1984, to Jetstream International Airlines, who in turn leased it to Eastern Metro Express on 20 March 1984. Sources also indicate this Jetstream was also operated for Piedmont Commuter Airlines. It was returned off lease on 21 May 1984. This Jetstream was destroyed on 9 February 1988, during a crew training flight near Springfield, Ohio. Portions of the fuselage were reportedly still extant on the property of White Industries, Bates City, Missouri, as late as January 1996.

624, Jetstream 31, 30 November 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-624, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1984, and registered as N400MX. It was then delivered on 5 May 1984 to Eastern Metro Express, who later leased it in January 1989, to Presidential Airways. It returned off lease in March 1989, and then sold back to British Aerospace Incorporated on 18 January 1991. It was then withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 14 August 1996, this J31 was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation of Chantilly, Virginia. The registration was cancelled on 3 October 1996 and the airframe was scrapped.

625, Jetstream 31, 20 December 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-625, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in June 1984, and registered as N404MX. It was then delivered on 28 July 1984, to Eastern Metro Express. It was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 19 January 1991, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 14 August 1996, this J31 was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation of Chantilly, Virginia. The registration was cancelled on 3 October 1996 and the airframe was scrapped.

626, Jetstream 31, 28 December 1983, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-626, this Jetstream was delivered to Contractair on 3 August 1984. It was leased on 16 July 1993, to Lakeside Aviation Ltd, and later repossessed by Contractair on 10 November 1993. It was then withdrawn from use and placed in storage. On 29 June 1994, this airliner was bought by Sun-Air of Scandinavia, and re-registered as OY-SVP. On 19 July 1997, it was being operated for British Airways Express. On 27 January 1998, while on the ramp at Copenhagen, Denmark, the airliner jumped the chocks and hit a ground power unit. The airframe was damaged beyond repair and was broken up for spare parts. Some portions of the airframe, mainly the fuselage, were reported as extant in June 2005, at Thisted, Denmark.

627, Jetstream 31, 24 January 1984, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-627, this Jetstream was then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in April 1984, registered as N824JS. It was purchased on 7 May 1984, by Jetstream International Airlines, and operated for Piedmont Commuter, and later in February 1989, for USAir Express. It was then sold to the Chrysler Funding Corporation in April 1989, and leased back to Jetstream International Airlines on the same day. This J31 was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 15 January 1991, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Hagerstown, Virginia. On 18 May 1995, this Jetstream was registered to British Aerospace Asset Management Incorporated, of Sterling, Virginia. This registration was cancelled on 10 August 1999, and the airframe was scrapped.

628, Jetstream 3101, 8 February 1984, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-628, this Jetstream was re-registered as G-BLFX on 23 March 1984. It was transferred in May 1984, to British Aerospace Incorporated, and re-registered as N401MX. It was delivered on 29 May 1984, to Eastern Metro Express, who later returned it to British Aerospace Incorporated on 19 January 1991. It was then withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 14 August 1996, this Jetstream was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation, of Chantilly, Virginia. This registration was cancelled on 3 October 1996, and the airframe was scrapped.

629, Jetstream 31, 27 February 1984, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-629, it was delivered on 19 September 1984, to Skywest Airlines, and re-registered as VH-OSW. Over the years this Jetstream has been operated by a number of airlines. On 21 February 1997, it was flown by Eastern Australia Airlines, and then on 1 November 1997, by Aircruising New Zealand, and later on 17 March 1998, by Aircruising Australia. On 7 December 1998, this airliner was now in the fleet of Esso Australia Resources only to be back with Aircruising Australia on 24 December 1998. One year later, on 20 December 1999, it was sold to Origin Pacific Airways, and re-registered as ZK-OSW. On 5 August 2001, it was purchased by Air Andaman of Thailand, and re-registered on 10 August 2001, as HS-KLB. On February 2003, it was reportedly withdrawn from use. One source states that Air Andaman operated this Jetstream until July 2005, although it was noted as in storage at Don Muang airport from July 2003 through March 2005. The July 2005 was the date that the Thai registration was cancelled. The current status of this airframe is not certain, although the airframe, which is in poor condition, was noted as still extant at Don Muang as late as January 2007.

630, Jetstream 31, 13 March 1984, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-630, this Jetstream was transferred in April 1984, to British Aerospace, Incorporated, and re-registered as N402MX. It was the delivered on 16 June 1984, to Eastern Metro Express, who in turn leased it on 1 May 1989, to Presidential Airways. The airframe was returned off lease on 30 November 1989, to Eastern Metro Express, who then sold it back to British Aerospace Incorporated on 19 January 1991. It was then withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 14 August 1996, this Jetstream was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation, of Chantilly, Virginia. This registration was cancelled on 3 October 1996, and the airframe was scrapped.

631, Jetstream 3101, 23 March 1984, Notes: Originally with British Aerospace as G-31-631, before being transferred in August 1984, to British Aerospace, Incorporated, and registered as N406MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 17 August 1984. This Jetstream was returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 14 August 1996, this Jetstream was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation of Chantilly, Virginia. The FAA cancelled the registration on 8 August 2001, the reason listed was the airframe was destroyed. The fuselage portion of the airframe was noted at Kingman, Arizona as late as January 2005, and has presumably since been scrapped.

632, Jetstream 3101, 11 April 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-632, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated, and registered as N403MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 27 June 1984, and was subsequently returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. This Jetstream was registered to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 14 August 1996, however the registration was cancelled on 3 October 1996, with the reason being the airframe was destroyed. Sources indicate that this airframe has been scrapped.

633, Jetstream 3101, 30 April 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-633, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in June 1984, registered as N825JS. It was then delivered to Jetstream International Airlines on 26 July 1984. It was operated on behalf of Piedmont Commuter. In February 1989, this Jetstream was bought by the Chrysler Capital Funding Corporation, and immediately leased back to Jetstream International Airlines, and flown on behalf of USAir Express. It was subsequently returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 15 October 1990, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Hagerstown, Maryland. On 18 May 1995, this Jetstream was registered to British Aerospace Asset Management, Incorporated of Loudon, Virginia. This registration was cancelled by the FAA on 10 August 1999, this reason listed was the airframe was destroyed. The airframe was scrapped at Kingman, Arizona in late 1996, although portions of the fuselage were noted as late as September 2005

634, Jetstream 3102, 15 May 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-634, this Jetstream was intended for McAlpine Aviation. However, although the registration was changed to G-BLEX, it was never delivered and was instead placed in storage at Luton, Bedfordshire, UK. On 9 July 1984, British Aerospace registered the aircraft as G-BLKP, and leased it to Netherlines on 1 March 1985. It was returned to British Aerospace on 21 April 1985, and later on 30 December 1985, transferred to British Aerospace Military Aircraft Division at Warton. On 2 January 2003, it was sold to Global Aviation Ltd and operated by Eastern Airways, which flew it until March 2004, when it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage. The UK CAA registration was cancelled on 7 December 2006, as the aircraft was permanently withdrawn from use.

635, Jetstream 3101, 23 May 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-635, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in June 1984, registered as N405MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 26 August 1984. It was leased to Chaparral Airlines on 1 May 1989, and subsequently purchased outright in October 1990. Chaparral Airlines flew this Jetstream on behalf of American Eagle. It was returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Kingman, Arizona. On 5 August 1998, it was purchased by Union Pacific Resources, who registered the aircraft as N635JX. This registration was changed again on 4 August 1998, to N10UP. On 26 February 1999, it was sold to Dagra Services LLC, who sold it in April 1999, to Corporate Flight Management, of Smyrna, Tennessee. As of 27 June 2010, this registration is still valid, and the aircraft is operational in the Corporate Flight Management fleet.

636, Jetstream 3101, 1 June 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-636, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in August 1984, registered as N407MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 18 September 1984, and later returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 29 September 1993, this airliner was bought by Jetstream Aircraft Ltd, and registered as G-BVDK. It was later sold to United Express on 27 April 1994, registered as N636JX, and soon withdrawn from use in December 1994. It was then sold to the Jet Acceptance Corporate on April 1997, who in turn sold it to European Executive Express on 7 August 1997, registered as SE-LGA. On 30 November 2001, this Jetstream was damaged and ultimately written off while landing at Skien, Norway.

637, Jetstream 3102, 8 June 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-637, before being delivered to McAlpine Aviation Ltd on 22 June 1984, and registered as G-BLHC. It was leased in October 1984 to Euroflite Ltd, and was returned to McAlpine Aviation Ltd in April 1985. It was then leased to Peregrine Air Services in May 1986, and then returned to McAlpine Aviation Ltd in September 1986. This Jetstream was bought back by British Aerospace on 31 July 1986, and registered as G-BRGN. It was sold to Berlin Regional UK on 20 March 1987, only to be bought back by British Aerospace on 1 February 1988. It was then leased on 8 December 1991, to Air Kilroe, who in turn sub-leased it on 12 November 1992, to Manx Airlines. This Jetstream was returned to Air Kilroe on 12 December 1992, and later sub-leased to Lakeside Aviation on 19 April 1993. It was repossessed by British Aerospace on 10 November 1993, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Prestwick, Scotland. In January 1994, it was being operated by Interline Aviation, before going to Jetstream Aircraft Ltd on 27 October 1995. On 28 March 1996, this Jetstream was in the fleet of Community Express Airlines, where in September 1996, it was again withdrawn from use and placed in storage. On 4 December 1996, this Jetstream was back with Jetstream Aircraft Ltd before being bought by British Aerospace on 28 April 1997. On 14 January 2003, it was bought by Cranfield University, and on 15 February 2006, was registered as G-NFLA. As of 25 June 2010, this Jetstream was still operational with Cranfield University.

638, Jetstream 3102, 27 June 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-638, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in September 1984, registered as N408MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 9 October 1984, who sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 June 1989. It was operated on behalf of American Eagle. British Aerospace repossessed this Jetstream on 19 January 1991, and changed the registration to G-BUFL on 8 April 1992. On 23 February 1994, it was sold to Air Botnia, registered as OH-JAC, before being returned to British Aerospace on 6 July 1995, registered again as G-BUFL, and placed in storage. It was then sold to Flying Enterprise on 3 April 1997, registered as SE-LHP. Next, it was sold to Air Andaman on 24 November 2000, registered as HS-KLA. It was withdrawn from use on August 2003. The current status of this Jetstream is not certain.

639, Jetstream 3101, 20 July 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-639, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in October 1984, registered as N409MX. It was then transferred to Eastern Metro Express on 19 October 1984, who in turn leased it to Presidential Airways on 1 May 1989. It was returned to Eastern metro Express on 30 November 1989, then repossessed by British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Kingman, Arizona. In August 1994, this Jetstream was bought by Reno Air Express, registered as N639JX. Then, on 27 June 1997, it was sold to European Executive Express, registered as SE-LGB, before again being withdrawn from use on 9 December 2005. On 24 April 2009, it was bought by Highland Airways of Edinburgh, Scotland, registered as G-EDAY. As of 28 June 2010, some sources indicate that this Jetstream is still operational, while others say it is being used as a source of spare parts. In any case, as of this date the UK CAA registration is still valid.

640, Jetstream 3102, 30 July 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-640, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in October 1984, registered as N410MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 27 October 1984, but later repossessed by British Aerospace, Incorporated on 19 January 1991. It was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. The FAA registration was cancelled on 7 April 1992, the reason listed was the aircraft was exported to England. On 8 April 1992, the registration was changed to G-BUFM. On 7 August 1992, this Jetstream was leased to Lakeside Aviation, with the registration G-LAKH, who in turn leased it to Newair. It was returned to Lakeside Aviation on 24 June 1993, and on 10 November 1993, again withdrawn from use and placed in storage. Next, on 11 July 1994, it was leased to Air Swift, and later, on 1 October 1994, to Teesside Aviation. On 12 July 1996, it was leased to Air Kilroe, the registration changed to G-OAKA. On 28 May 1998, it was sold to Love Air, the registration again changed to G-LOVA. Next, on 1 November 1999, it was bought by Platinum Air Charter Executive, with the registration now G-PLAH, who in turn sold it to Jetstream Executive Travel on 2 June 2004. Sources indicate that this Jetstream has been withdrawn from use, although the status of the airframe is not certain. The UK CAA registration was cancelled on 22 Januaryc 2008.

641, Jetstream 3102, 13 August 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-641, before being delivered to Swedair on 20 December 1984, registered as SE-IPD. Swedair leased this Jetstrean to Norsk Air on 15 September 1988, who returned it to Swedair on 12 January 1989. A few days prior to this, on 28 December 1988, the aircraft had been sold to Region Airways, and registered it on 12 January 1989, as G-REGB, who in turn sold it to Air Nordic on 6 October 1989, registered as SE-IPD. This airliner was repossessed by Centrumbyggen AB on 17 December 1991, and leased to Sun-Air of Scandinavia on 9 October 1992. On 3 May 1993, the registration was changed to OY-SVZ. Next, records indicate that the aircraft was leased for a period of time in 1993 to Slovak Air. In March 1995, it was sold to Macair Ltd of Edinburgh, Scotland, who changed the registration on 1 June 1995, to G-MACX. On 3 Jul 1995, this Jetstream was back with Sun-Air of Scandinavia, again with the registration OY-SVZ. In August 1996, it was being flown on behalf of British Airways. In April 2004, it was sold to Classic Norway Air, who changed the registration on 13 September 2006, to LN-SVZ. As of 28 June 2010,this Jetstream was still noted as operational.

642, Jetstream 3101, 3 September 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-642, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in November 1984, registered as N402AE. It was then delivered on 19 December 1984, to Eastern Metro Express, who in turn leased it on 1 October 1987, to Chaparral Airlines. It was flown on behalf of American Eagle. Chaparral Airlines merged with Metroflight in September 1990. It remained in operation for American Eagle. This Jetstream was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and immediately leased back to Metroflight, still being flown on behalf of American Eagle. Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines on 28 May 1993. Again, it was flown on behalf of American Eagle. This Jetstream was returned to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 10 October 1993, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at San Luis Obispo, California. Next, in August 1994, this Jetstream was leased to Reno Air Express, registered as N642JX, and then in January 1997, to the Medical Air Services Association. On 30 July 1999, it was with Premiere Aero, Incorporated. Next, on 9 November 2007, this airliner was bought by World Jet of Delaware, Incorporated, and then on 14 April 2008, by Professional Aviation Group, LLC. Records indicate that in December 2008, this Jetstream was exported to the Dominican Republic. On 15 December 2008, the FAA registration was cancelled, the reason list was the aircraft was exported.

643, Jetstream 3101, 3 October 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-643, this Jetstream was to have been take up by McAlpine Aviation with the registration G-BLMH, however the delivery never took place. Instead, it was transferred in November 1984, to British Aerospace Incorporated as N157AA. It was then delivered to Atlantis Airlines on 20 December 1984, and the registration was changed in April 1985, to N990AX. On 15 February 1989, Atlantis Airlines merged with Eastern Metro Express, who change the registration to N421MX on 30 March 1989. This Jetstream was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated in October 1990, after which the airframe was placed in storage. In 1996, this airliner was listed the Jet Acceptance Corporation as N643JX. The FAA issued the registration N643JX on 22 January 2002, under the ownership of Jetstream Air LLC, which as of 27 April 2009, is still valid. As of 27 April 2009, it was listed in the inventory of Corporate Flight Management, and is currently for sale.

644, J31, 30 October 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-644, this Jetstream was then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in January 1985, and registered as N403AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 24 January 1985, who in turn sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987. Chaparral Airlines merged with Metroflight in September 1990. In December 1992, this Jetstream was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation, who immediately leased it back to Metroflight. On 28 May 1993, Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines. The aircraft was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 22 August 1993, removed from service and placed in storage.

645, J31, 31 October 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-645, before being delivered to Netherlines on 15 March 1985, and registered as PH-KJA. On 1 August 1990, Netherlines merged with KLM Cityhopper. This Jetstream was bought back by British Aerospace on 6 November 1990, and leased the same month to Air Transport Schiphol, who bought the aircraft outright on 13 June 1991. It was then bought by Chase Leasing on 10 January 1992, which then leased it to Base Business Airlines on the same day.

646, J31, 13 November 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-646, this Jetstream was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in January 1985, and registered as N404AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 1 March 1985, who in turn sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines 1 October 1987. On 28 May 1993, Chaparral Airlines merged with Simmons Airlines. On 5 October 1993, the airframe was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation, withdrawn from use and placed in storage at San Luis Obispo, California.

647, J31, 19 November 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-647, this Jetstream was delivered to the Royal Navy on 11 April 1986. It was assigned to No. 750 Squadron. It was transferred to the Yeovilton Station Flight in April 1990, and later returned to No. 750 Squadron in March 1991.

648, J31, 3 December 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-648, before being delivered to Netherlines on 3 March 1985, and registered as PH-KJB. This Jetstream was then leased to Hamburg Airlines on 15 June 1988, which returned the airframe to Netherlines on 15 September 1988, who leased it on the same day to Air Nordic. Once Air Nordic returned the aircraft to Netherlines on 1 July 1989, it was leased, and then sold to Air Transport Schiphol. On 10 January 1992, the airframe was bought by Chase Leasing Ltd, who in turn leased it to Base Business Airlines on the same day.

649, J31, 12 December 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-649, before being delivered to Netherlines on 20 April 1985, and registered as PH-KJC. This Jetstream was then returned to British Aerospace on 1 May 1989, and registered again as G-31-649. This registration was changed on 31 May 1989 to G-BPZJ. The aircraft was then leased to Eastern Australian Airlines on 28 August 1989, and registered as VH-LJR. On 4 June 1990, it was returned to British Aerospace, withdrawn from use and place in storage at Tamworth. On 19 July 1991, this Jetstream was registered as G-LOGP to BAe Commercial Aircraft, before being transferred to BAe PLC on 8 August 1991. It was leased to Loganair on 4 October 1991, and returned to BAe PLC on 23 October 1993.

650, J31, 20 December 1984, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-650, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in February 1985, registered as N405AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 29 March 1985, who in turn sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987. Chaparral Airlines and Metroflight merged in September 1990. This Jetstream was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and leased back to Metroflight in the same month. Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines on 28 May 1993. The aircraft was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 19 August 1993, withdrawn from use and place in storage.

651, J31, 9 January 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-651, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1985, registered as N406AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 6 April 1985, who in turn sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987. Chaparral Airlines and Metroflight merged in September 1990. This Jetstream was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and leased back to Metroflight in the same month. Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines on 28 May 1993. The aircraft was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 19 August 1993, withdrawn from use and place in storage.

652, J31, 23 January 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-652, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1985, registered as N300PX. This Jetstream was then delivered to Express Airlines on 3 June 1985.

653, J31, 30 January 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-653, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1985, registered as N407AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 9 May 1985, who in turn sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987. Chaparral Airlines and Metroflight merged in September 1990. This Jetstream was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and leased back to Metroflight in the same month. Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines on 28 May 1993. The aircraft was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 1 August 1993, withdrawn from use and place in storage.

654, Jetstream 3101, 11 February 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-654, this Jetstream was then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in March 1985, and registered as N301PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 3 June 1985, and operated for Republic Express. On 1 October 1986, it began flying for Northwest Airlink. On 13 September 2002, this Jetstream began to be operated by Boston-Maine Airways for Pan Am. On 31 October 2002, it was reregistered as N517PA, this registration being issued to Pan Am Railways, Incorporated of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It was withdrawn from use on 29 February 2008. Apparently it was permanently withdrawn from use. The N517PA registration was cancelled on 15 September 2009. The current status of this airframe is not certain.

655, J31, 21 February 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-655, before being delivered to Netherlines on 10 June 1985, registered as PH-KJD. Netherlines leased this Jetstream to Aros-Flyg on 10 April 1988, who subsequently returned the aircraft back to Netherlines on 21 July 1988. Next it was leased to Air Nordic on 15 September 1988, and soon returned to Netherlines on 1 July 1989. The aircraft was then returned to British Aerospace on 3 July 1989, who registered it as G-BRGR on 2 August 1989. On 7 August 1991, British Aerospace changed the registration to G-LOGR, and then leased it to Loganair on 30 August.

656, J31, 4 March 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-656, before being delivered to the Royal Navy on 17 April 1986. This Jetstream was assigned to No. 750 Squadron of the Royal Navy, and carries the Serial Number ZE439.

657, J31, 11 March 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-657, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in May 1985, registered as N991AX. It was then delivered to Atlantis Airlines on 7 June 1985. Next, this Jetstream was sold to Eastern Metro Express on 1 September 1986, and registered as N412MX, who sub-leased it to Presidential Airways on 25 February 1989. After being returned off leased in April 1989, to Eastern Metro Express, it was again sub-leased on 1 May 1989, this time to Chaparral Airlines. British Aerospace repossessed the airframe on 1 October 1990, and placed it in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. In April 1993, British Aerospace had the registration changed to N657BA.

658, J31, 21 March 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-658, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in May 1985, registered as N992AX. It was then delivered to Atlantis Airlines on 14 June 1985. Next, this Jetstream was sold to Eastern Metro Express on 1 February 1986, and registered as N413MX, who sub-leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 June 1989. British Aerospace repossessed this Jetstream on 19 January 1991, and placed it in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. The company changed the registration to N658BA in October 1991, and sold it the same month to the Meridian Bank, who in turn leased it to the Coca-Cola Bottling Company on 13 April 1992. It was returned off leased to the Meridian Bank on 4 May 1992, and leased to Atlantic Coast Airlines the same month.

659, J31, 21 May 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-659, before being delivered to the Royal Navy on 7 July 1986. This Jetstream was assigned to No. 750 Squadron of the Royal Navy, and carries the Serial Number ZE440. It was transferred to the Yeovilton Station Flight of the Royal Navy on 8 January 1990, and subsequently returned to No. 750 Squadron in July 1990.

660, J3101, 4 April 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-660, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in June 1985, registered as N411MX. It was then delivered to Eastern Metro Express on 28 June 1985. This Jetstream was subsequently repossessed by British Aerospace Incorporated on 19 January 1991, and placed in storage at Little Rock, Arkansas. On 6 July 1998, the aircraft was registered to Finova Capital Corporation. This registration was cancelled on 12 July 2002, as the airframe was exported to the Dominican Republic. The aircraft was delivered to ACSA (Air Century S.A.) in July 2002, and registered as HI-772CT. As of March 2011, it is reportedly still operational under the registration HI-772.

661, J3101, 14 April 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-661, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in June 1985, registered as N302PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 14 July 1985, and operated for Republic Express. On 1 October 1986, still under the ownership of Express Airlines, this Jetstream began being operated on behalf of Northwest Airlink. On 16 March 1998, the airframe was registered to the Finova Capital Corporation. This Jetstream was subsequently broken up, and its registration cancelled on 22 August 2001.

662, J3101, 8 May 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-662, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in June 1985, registered as N303PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 21 July 1985, and operated for Republic Express. On 1 October 1986, it began being operated on behalf of Northwest Airlink. In March 1994, this Jetstream began being flown by Chicago Express Airlines, registered as N463CE. It was purchased by the Meridian Bank in April 1995, registered as N303PX, and placed in storage. On 16 March 1998, it was registered to the Finova Capital Corporation, and issued a special ferry permit. Although the registration is valid through 31 March 2011, this Jetstream has since been scrapped.

663, Jetstream 3101, 25 May 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-663, it was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in August 1985, registered as N304PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 29 July 1985, where it flew in the livery of Republic Express. On 1 October 1986, this was changed to Northwest Airlink. In February 1998, this Jetstream was in the fleet of Chicago Express Airlines. Later, on 13 September 2002, it was acquired by Boston-Maine Airways, who flew it for new Pan Am. One source indicates that on 8 July 2003, the registration was changed to N522PA. However, according to the FAA the registration N522PA was issued to this Jetstream on 31 October 2002, under the ownership of Pan Am Railways, Incorporated. This registration was subsequently cancelled on 3 October 2006. The current status of this J31 is not certain

664, J3101, 28 May 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-664, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in July 1985, registered as N408AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 9 August 1985, who operated it for American Eagle. It was in turn leased to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987, still flown for American Eagle. Chaparral Airlines merged with Metroflight on September 1990, and the airliner continued in the service of American Eagle. The airframe was bought by the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and immediately leased back to Metroflight. On 28 May 1993, Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines, also an American Eagle carrier. The aircraft was returned off lease on 26 September 1993, withdrawn from use and placed in storage. In October 1994, this Jetstream was added to the fleet of Reno Air Express, registered as N664JX. On 26 August 1997, it began being operated by the Medical Air Services Association (MASA), before going to Premiere Aero Incorporated on 30 July 1999. Later, on 9 November 2007, this airliner was registered to World Jet of Delaware Incorporated, and as of 28 June 2011, this registration is still valid. It is being used as an executive charter aircraft

665, J3107, 4 June 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-665, it was then delivered to Skywest Airlines on 30 August 1985, and registered as VH-ESW. This Jetstream was withdrawn from use on 12 March 1999, and shortly thereafter – on 30 April 1999 – was delivered to Maroomba Airlines, and registered as VH-SMQ. In May 2007, it was sold to Tasair. As of 2009, this airliner is reported as operational.

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669, J3101, 21 June 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-669, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in August 1985, registered as N409AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 27 September 1985, and operated for American Eagle. It was in turn leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987, still flown for American Eagle. Chaparral Airlines merged with Metroflight in September 1990, and the aircraft continued in the colors of American Eagle. This Jetstream was sold to the Jet Acceptance Corporation in December 1992, and immediately leased back to Metroflight. On 28 May 1993, Metroflight merged with Simmons Airlines, also an American Eagle airline. The aircraft was returned off lease to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 10 October 1993, withdrawn from use and place in storage at San Luis Obispo, California. In August 1994, this Jetstream began being flown by Reno Air Express, registered as N669JX. It was again withdrawn from use on 14 March 1995. On 25 February 1998, the airframe was registered to Northwest International Industries Incorporated. Although this registration expires on 31 December 2013, on 15 March 2011 the status of the aircraft was under review by the FAA.

670, J3101, 3 August 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-670, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in August 1985, registered as N306PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 11 October 1985, and flown on behalf of Republic Express. On 1 October 1986, this was changed to Northwest Airlink. On 13 September 2002, this Jetstream was sold to Boston-Maine Airways, and operated for Pan Am. Then, on 31 October 2002, it was registered to Pan Am Railways Incorporated as N528PA, still being flown by Pan Am. The airframe was withdrawn from use on 29 February 2008, and the registration was cancelled on 15 September 2009.

671, J3101, 22 August 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-671, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in September 1985, registered as N411AE. It was then delivered to Metro Express on 25 October 1985, operated for American Eagle. It was in turn leased it to Chaparral Airlines on 1 October 1987, still in the colors of American Eagle. On 25 March 1988, this Jetstream was damaged beyond repair during a landing accident at Decatur, Texas. Although the FAA registration expires on 30 June 2013, this Jetstream has been written off.

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678, J31, 14 October 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-678, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in October 1985, registered as N163PC. It was then delivered to Sunbird Airlines on 19 December 1985. Sunbird Airlines changed its name to CCAir on January 1986. This Jetstream was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated in October 1990, and then leased back to CCAir on 20 February 1991. It was once again returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 29 April 1991, withdrawn from use and placed in storage.

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680, J3101, 28 October 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-680, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in December 1985, registered as N312PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 27 December 1986, who flew it on behalf of Republic Express. Then, on 1 October 1986, this changed to Northwest Airlink. On 9 August 1987, this Jetstream was bought buy SAAB Aircraft Holdings, who in turn leased it to Eastern Metro Express on 16 October 1987. Eastern Metro Express returned the aircraft to SAAB Aircraft Holdings on 14 March 1988, who then leased to Express Airlines on 15 June 1988, again in the service to Northwest Airlink. Returned once again to SAAB Aircraft Holdings in December 1990, the aircraft was placed in storage at Marana, Arizona. Reactivated, it was leased to Chicago Express in July 1993, registered as N460CE. For a time in the late 1990s, this airliner was leased to CCAir, and flown on behalf of USAir Express. The registration was cancelled on 20 September 2001, as the aircraft was exported in August 2001, to Bolivia. On 28 August 2001, it was in the fleet of Servicio Aereo Vargas Espana (SAVE), registered as CP-2404. On 17 January 2003, after the Number Two failed on takeoff, the crew returned to the airport at Yacuiba, Bolivia. During the landing, the crew overran ran the runway and ended up among some trees. There were no fatalities on the fully loaded airliner (2 crew and 19 passengers), but this Jetstream was written off.

681, J3101, 4 November 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-681, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in December 1985, registered as N313PX. It was then delivered to Express Airlines on 22 January 1986, on flown for Republic Express. This affiliation was changed on 1 October 1986, to Northwest Airlink. On 9 August 1987, this Jetstream was bought buy SAAB Aircraft Holdings, who in turn leased it to Eastern Metro Express on 30 October 1987. Eastern Metro Express returned the aircraft to SAAB Aircraft Holdings on 10 March 1988, who then leased it to Jetstream International Airlines on 4 April 1988. It was retuned again to SAAB Aircraft holdings on 10 June 1988, and leased on the same day to Express Airlines, again in the service of Northwest Airlink. Returned once again to SAAB Aircraft Holdings in December 1990, the aircraft was placed in storage at Marana, Arizona. Reactivated, it was leased to Chicago Express in July 1993, registered as N461CE. Next, this Jetstream was leased to Boston-Maine Airways on 23 November 1990, and operated for Pan Am. On 2 February 2000, the registration was changed to N536PA. The aircraft was withdrawn from use and place in storage on 29 February 2008. On 31 December 2008, the U.S. registration was cancelled as the aircraft was sold and exported to Haiti. It was taken up by Salsa d’Haiti in December 2008, and registered as HH-ANA. As of March 2011, the aircraft is believed to be still operational, flying mainly between Port Au Prince and Cap Haitian.

682, J3101, 12 October 1985, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-682, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in December 1985, registered as N164PC. It was then delivered to CCAir on 18 February 1986, and flown for Piedmont Commuter. This was changed on 5 August 1989, to USAir Express. This Jetstream was returned back to British Aerospace Incorporated on October 1990, who in turn leased it back to CCAir on 8 April 1991, still being flown by USAir Express. On 13 September 2002, this Jetstream was introduced to the fleet of Boston-Maine Airways, and flown on behalf of Pan Am. The registration was changed on 8 July 2003, to N514PA. The aircraft was withdrawn from use on 29 February 2008, and is believed to be no longer operational. The registration was cancelled on 15 September 2009.

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685, Jetstream 3101, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-685, then transferred in December 1985, to British Aerospace Incorporated as N315PX. On 25 February 1986, it was delivered to Express Airlines, who operated it for Republic Express, and later on 1 Ocotber 1986, for Northwest Airlinek. On 16 August 2001, this Jetstream was bought by Pinney Leasing LLC, who changed the registration to N445PE. In June 2002, it was leased to R&D Executive Charter, who changed the registration on 21 August 2002, to N685RD. According to the FAA, on 16 June 2004, the registration N685RD was issued to Pinney Leasing LLC, and as of 27 April 2009, is still valid. However, also as of 27 April 2009, it is noted that the registration was issued as a Special Flight Permit. The current status of this airframe is not certain.

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690, Jetstream 3108, 22 January 1986, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-690, before being delivered to Netherlines on 11 April 1986, registered PH-KJG. This Jetstream was then bought by Commuter Aerolease Corporation on 5 April 1990, and was transferred back to British Aerospace on the same day. It was registered to British Aerospace as G-BSFH on 23 May 1990. It was transferred to British Aerospace PLC on 7 August 1991, and registered as G-LOGT. It was leased on 29 August 1991 to Loganair, who returned it to British Aerospace PLC on 11 March 1993. It was then leased on 27 September 1993, to BASE Business Airlines, with the registration PH-KJG. On 30 September 1997, this airliner was apparently intended to go to Bright Air, but records indicate that it was back with BASE Business Airlines the following day. On 6 April 1999, still in the fleet of BASE Business Airlines, this Jetstream began being operated on behalf of British Airways. In November 2000, it was back flying for BASE Business Airlines, before being withdrawn from use in April 2001, and placed in storage. On 29 June 2001, it was purchased by Tulip Air. On 21 June 2006, it was purchased by Jetstream Executive Travel Ltd, who changed the registration to G-JXTC, but never actually took delivery of the aircraft. At the time was in storage at Eindhoven. Finally, in December 2009, the airframe was disassembled and trucked to the Treforest Campus of the University of Glamorgan, to be used by the Aviation Maintenance Center as an instructional airframe.

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692, J31, XXX, 4 February 1986, Notes: HI-746CA

693, Jetstream 3101, 11 February 1986, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-693, then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in April 1986, registered as N331BK. It was delivered in September 1986, to Jetstream International Airlines, who flew it in the livry of Piedmont Commuter. Jetstream International changed the registration to N826JS in July 1987. On 5 August 1989, this Jetstream was operated for US Air Express The airframe was returned to British Aerospace Incorporated on 10 October 1991, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage. Next, in April 1995, it was again placed in service, this time by CC Air, who changed the registration to N693JX, and flew it on behalf of US Air Express. On 27 February 1997, US Air Express changed its name to US Airways Express. This Jetstream was again withdrawn from use on July 1998. The FAA issued the registration N693JX on 20 May 1999, under the ownership of Avspares International of Freeport, New York. Although as of 17 April 2009, this registration is still listed as valid, the airframe was reportedly broken up

694, J31, XXX, Notes: HI-816

695, Jetstream 3101, 25 February 1986 , Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-695, then transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in April 1986, and registered as N169PC. It was then delivered to CCAir on 9 May 1986. While in the fleet of CCAir, the Jetstream flew first in the colors of Piedmont Commuter, then on 5 August 1989, in US Air Express livery, which became US Airways Express. It was withdrawn from use on 6 July 1989, and placed in storage at Kingman, Arizona. On 29 December 1998, it was purchased by Transportation Locators Ltd, of Tulsa, Oklahoma. On 30 March 1999 it was listed in the fleet of Murray Aviation, and was converted to a 3101F freighter the same year. In 24 January 2000, the registration was changed to N695MA. On 28 July 2007, this Jetstream was registered to M2 Aircraft Management LLC. It was noted in 2004 in storage at Kingman, Arizona. On 30 April 2016, it was now noted at the Detroit-Willow Run airport, in Michigan. An updated registration was issue to M2 Aircraft Management LLC on 19 May 2015, and as of 1 July 2016, this registration was still valid for ferry flights only.

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700, J31, 8 April 1986, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-700, before being transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in June 1986, registered as N331PX. This Jetstream was then delivered to Express Airlines on 25 June 1986. The airframe was damaged beyond economical repair on 14 December 1987, when it hit a snow bank at the Joplin, Missouri Airport.
 

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