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British Aerospace J31 Jetstream - MSN 801-900

BAe J3212 Jetstream - LV-VEJ, c/n 831 - of Lineas Aereas Entre Rios.   Photo: InterAir BAe J3212 Jetstream - LV-VEJ, c/n 831 - of Lineas Aereas Entre Rios. Photo: InterAir
BAe J3201 Jetstream - N332QC, c/n 818 - of Air LA.  Photo: InterAir BAe J3201 Jetstream - N332QC, c/n 818 - of Air LA. Photo: InterAir
British Aerospace J31 Jetstream – and series

Original: 1 August 2008
Last Update: 28 June 2015

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

801, J31, XXX, Notes:
802, J31, XXX, Notes:
803, J31, XXX, Notes:
804, J31, XXX, Notes:
805, J32, XXX, Notes:
806, J31, XXX, Notes:
807, J31, XXX, Notes:
808, J31, XXX, Notes:
809, J31, XXX, Notes:
810, J32, XXX, Notes:
811, J31, XXX, Notes:
812, J31, XXX, Notes:
813, J31, XXX, Notes:
814, J32, XXX, Notes:

815, J31, 6 June 1988, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-815, before being leased to Air Toronto on 31 July 1988, registered as C-FBIE. This Jetstream was returned off lease in March 1989, then delivered to Air BC on 12 May 1989.

816, J31, 22 June 1988, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-816, before being leased to Air Toronto on 11 August 1988, registered as C-FBII. This Jetstream was returned off lease in March 1989, then delivered to Air BC on 24 March 1989.

817, J31, 8 July 1988, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-817, before being leased to Air Toronto on 26 August 1988, registered as C-FBIJ. It was returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated in April 1989, after which it was delivered to Air BC 0n 30 April 1989.

818, J32, XXX, Notes:
819, J32, XXX, Notes:
820, J31, XXX, Notes:
821, J32, XXX, Notes:
822, J31, XXX, Notes:
823, J32, XXX, Notes:
824, J32, XXX, Notes:
825, J31, XXX, Notes:
826, J31, XXX, Notes:

827, J3112, 1 September 1988, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-827, before being transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 5 November 1988, and registered as C-FCPF. This Jetstream was leased to Ontario Express in November 1988, returned to British Aerospace, Incorporated in February 1989, then leased to Air BC on 15 March 1989. Air BC bought this airliner on 17 August 1989 (registered on 13 September 1989), who operated it as a Air Canada Connector. On 8 July 1996, it was registered to Alberta, Incorporated and placed in the fleet of Alberta Citylink. On 28 January 2009, this Jetstream was registered to Bar XH Sales, Incorporated, a Calgary-based aircraft leasing and charter company. On 24 March 2014, the Canadian registration of this airframe was cancelled, the airframe noted as exported. In May 2014, this Jetstream was noted as exported to Honduras.

828, J32, XXX, Notes:
829, J31, XXX, Notes:
830, J32, XXX, Notes:
831, J32, XXX, Notes:
832, J32, XXX, Notes:

833, J3212, 12 December 1988, Notes: Originally registered with British Aerospace as G-31-833. It was leased to Air Toronto on 21 March 1989, registered as C-FTDB, line number 613. Air Toronto bought this Jetstream outright on 7 April 1989. It was operated on behalf of Air Canada Connector. It was transferred on 1 October 1991, to Ontario Express, and flown on behalf of Canadian Partner, before being repossessed in April 1992, by Barclays Canada Leasing, after which it was withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Goderich. In January 1994, this Jetstream was sold to Trans States Airlines, and registered as N833JX. It was again withdrawn from use in August 1994, and placed in storage. Next, it was leased to Lineas Aereas del Este SA (LADESA) on 23 December 1994, registered as ZP-CNP. It was sold on 14 March 1997, to First Security Bank, and registered again as N833JX. The FAA canceled this registration on 13 November 1997, the aircraft being listed as exported. On 14 November 1997, it was back in Canada, being sold to Samaritan Air Service, and registered as C-FZVY, before going to Skyservice Airlines on 14 January 2000. Staying in Canada, this Jetstream was next sold to Alberta Citylink, of Medicine Hat, Alberta, on 28 October 2002, and then to QuikAir Airlines Services in May 2004. On 28 November 2007, this Jetstream was back in the fleet of Alberta Citylink. As of 28 June 2010, this registration is still valid and the airliner is still operational.

834, J31, XXX, Notes:
835, J32, XXX, Notes:
836, J32, XXX, Notes:
837, J32, XXX, Notes:
838, J31, XXX, Notes:
839, J31, XXX, Notes:

840, J3201, XXX, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-840, it was transferred to British Aerospace Incorporated in February 1989, registered as N332QK. On 28 June 2011, this Jetstream was noted as in the fleet of SARPA - Servicios Aereos Panamericanos, registered as HK-4342.
841, J32, XXX, Notes:
842, J32, XXX, Notes:
843, J32, XXX, Notes:
844, J32, XXX, Notes:

845, J32, 3 March 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-845, it was intended for Big Sky Airlines – as N374MT, however it was never delivered, Instead it was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in June 1989, registered as N845AE, and finally delivered to Wings West Airlines on 17 August 1989. This Jetstream was bought by the First Hawaiian Bank in September 1989, and immediately leased back to Wings West Airlines. On 1 June 1991, Wings West Airlines merged with Flagship Airlines. MORE.

On 15 December, this Jetstream was noted in the fleet of Jet Air, registered as SP-KWF.

846, J32, 13 March 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-846, it was intended for Big Sky Airlines – as N375MT, however it was never delivered, Instead it was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in June 1989, registered as N845AE, and finally delivered to Wings West Airlines on 8 September 1989. This Jetstream was bought by the First Hawaiian Bank on 8 September 1989, and immediately leased back to Wings West Airlines. On 1 June 1991, Wings West Airlines merged with Flagship Airlines.

847, J32, 27 March 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-847. It was then transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in April 1989, and registered as N332QN, and finally delivered to AMR Eagle on 4 September 1989, and registered as N847AE. It was leased to Nashville Eagle on 4 September 1989. Nashville Eagle merged with Flagship Airlines on 1 June 1991.

848, J32, 5 April 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-848. It was then transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in April 1989, and registered as N332QP, and finally delivered to AMR Eagle on 22 September 1989, and registered as N848AE. It was leased to Nashville Eagle on 4 September 1989. Nashville Eagle merged with Flagship Airlines on 1 June 1991.

849, J32, 10 April 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-849. It was then transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in April 1989, registered as N474UE. This Jetstream was later transferred to the Jet Acceptance Corporation on 27 September 1989, and delivered to Westair Holdings, Incorporated on the same day. It was leased to North Pacific Airlines on 27 September 1989, before being transferred to Westair Commuter Airlines in November 1991, and still later leased to Atlantic Coast Airlines on 17 June 1992.

850, J32, XXX, Notes:
851, J32, XXX, Notes:
852, J32, XXX, Notes:
853, J32, XXX, Notes:
854, J32, XXX, Notes:
855, J32, XXX, Notes:
856, J32, XXX, Notes:
857, J32, XXX, Notes:

858, J32, XXX, Notes: In August 2008, this J32 was listed for sale in the inventory of Corporate Flight Management Incorporated, as N858CY.

859, J32, XXX, Notes:

860, Jetstream 3201, 8 August 1989, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-860, it was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated in September 1989, registered as N860AE. It was then delivered to AMR Eagle, Incorporated on 10 January 1990. On the same day it was bought by the First National Bank of Maryland, then leased to the Jet Acceptance Corporation, and finally sub-leased to Nashville Eagle. On 1 June 1991, Nashville Eagle merged with Flagship Airlines. It was withdrawn from use on 28 January 1994, and then sold to Trans States Airlines in March 1994. It was operated on behalf of Trans World Express, and later starting in October 2001, on behalf of American Connection. On 8 June 2005, it was registered to the Wells Fargo Bank Northwest. This registration was cancelled the following day, as the aircraft was listed as exported to Israel. It was sold to Tamir Airways, based at Tel Aviv, in May 2005, who changed the registration to 4X-CII on 10 June 2005. In early 2010, it was bought by AIS Airlines, based at the Lelystad Airport in The Netherlands, and registered as PH-CCI. As of 27 June 2010, this Jetstream is still operational.

861, J32, XXX, Notes:
862, J32, XXX, Notes:
863, J32, XXX, Notes:
864, J32, XXX, Notes:

865, J32, XXX, Notes: In August 2008, this J32 was listed for sale in the inventory of Corporate Flight Management Incorporated, as N865CY.

866, J32, XXX, Notes:
867, J32, XXX, Notes:
868, J32, XXX, Notes:
869, J32, XXX, Notes:
870, J32, XXX, Notes:

871, J32, XXX, Notes: Imported back into the UK on 6 January 2006, and registered as G-ISLB. In the fleet of Blue Islands airline.

872, J32, XXX, Notes:

873, J32, XXX, Notes: Imported back into the UK on 3 March 2006, and registered as ?. In the fleet of Blue Islands airline.

874, J32, XXX, Notes:
875, J32, XXX, Notes:
876, J32, XXX, Notes:
877, J32, XXX, Notes:
878, J32, XXX, Notes:
879, J32, XXX, Notes:
880, J32, XXX, Notes:
881, J32, XXX, Notes:
882, J32, XXX, Notes:
883, J32, XXX, Notes:
884, J32, XXX, Notes:
885, J32, XXX, Notes:
886, J32, XXX, Notes:
887, J32, XXX, Notes:
888, J32, XXX, Notes:
889, J32, XXX, Notes:

890, Jetstream 3201, 10 April 1990, Notes: Originally registered to British Aerospace as G-31-890, it was transferred to British Aerospace, Incorporated on 22 May 1990, registered as N477UE. It was delivered to Westair Holdings, Incorporated on 6 June 1990, who leased it to Westair Commuter Airlines on the same day. It was operated on behalf on United Express. This Jetstream was bought by NCNB Leasing Investment in July 1990, and again leased to Westair Commuter Airlines, who in turn sub-leased it to North Pacific Airlines, all on the same day. On 1 January 1992, it was sub-leased to Atlantic Coast Airlines. On 28 December 2005, this Jetstream was bought by ADA, and on 6 February 2006, it was registered to ADA USA, Incorporated of Miami, Florida. Sources indicate that it was operated by Aerolinea de Antioquia (ADA), of Medellin, Colombia. This was confirmed by a 25 January 2006 BAe Systems press release stating that this aircraft was sold to ADA. As of 27 June 2010, the US registration of this Jetstream is in question by the FAA, and the status of the airframe is not certain. However, as of June 2010, ADA is still operational and reportedly has six Jetstreams in its fleet.

891, J32, XXX, Notes:
892, J32, XXX, Notes:
893, J32, XXX, Notes:
894, J32, XXX, Notes:
895, J32, XXX, Notes:
896, J32, XXX, Notes:
897, J32, XXX, Notes:
898, J32, XXX, Notes:
899, J32, XXX, Notes:
900, J32, XXX, Notes:
 

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