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JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 3:28 am

Does anyone still operate the JS31...????
There must be a bunch of them parked somewhere yes???
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RE: JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 3:32 am

Corporate Airlines in STL operates them as American Connection.

I flew on one to MWA.

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RE: JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 3:26 pm

QO (Origin Pacific) also operate them but soon to be retired, Air National (New Zealand Charter airline) also operates a few

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RE: JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 6:52 pm

In the UK, my old mates at Eastern Airways operate 7 J32's, mostly on routes out of Aberdeen and Inverness.


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They also operate 13 J41's on their services around the UK. The Jetstream family suits their needs very well on the short, thin routes they operate.
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RE: JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 6:56 pm

So whats the diff with the 31's and 32's???
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RE: JS31

Sat Aug 14, 2004 7:13 pm

The J32 has uprated engines over the J31 and has a higher maximum take-off weight.

I did a quick search and found this link which gives brief details on the differences of the J31 and J32.

http://ftp.newave.net.au/~theburfs/jetstreamMAIN.html
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RE: JS31

Sun Aug 15, 2004 4:54 am

Capital146
Hey thanks for the great info....
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RE: JS31

Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:05 am

here is an operators list of the J31 and J32 combined, so many are still flying somewhere. Source http://www.airlinerlist.com
16 Corporate AL-American Connection
12 Boston-Maine AW/Guilford/Pan Am
8 Direktfly (SE)
7 Sun-Air of Scandinavia
6 Aerovip (LV)
6 Eastern AW (G)
6 OriginPacific Aw
5 Alberta Skylink
5 Corporate Flight Management
5 European Executive Express
4 Coast Air
4 Highland AW
4 Northwestern Air (Lease) C
4 Quest AL (G)
4 Transwest Air (C)
4 Venezolana (YV)
3 Aerolineas Sosa (HR)
3 Air East (N)
3 Aviation Ventures (N)
3 Corporate Express (C)
3 O'Connors AS
3 Royal Navy
3 S.A. Vargas Espana (CP)
3 Sunrise AL
3 Swanberg Air
2 Advanced Air Ambulance
2 Air Kilroe
2 Air Mikisew (C)
2 Air National (ZK)
2 BAe
2 Club Air
2 Executive AL (N)
2 Hellas Wings
2 Mapiex Aero (HP)
2 Medical Air Svc Ass
2 MidAmerica Jet
2 Pacific Skyway AL
2 Premiere Aero
2 Quik (C )
2 Skyservice AL
2 West Wind Avtn
1 ACSA (HI)
1 Aeromet (CC)
1 Air Andaman (HS)
1 Air Stream (C6)
1 Airpro Flight Svcs
1 Akins Avtn
1 Alta Flights (Charter) (C)
1 Aviation Starlink (C )
1 Axis Development (TG)
1 Britannia Air Svcs (N)
1 Canadian Aero Technik
1 Caribair (HI)
1 Cranfield University
1 Dong-Ah Group (HL)
1 Environmental Mapping
1 Euromanx
1 Flight-Ops Int (C)
1 Gecaminues
1 Hartford Holding
1 Interlease Avtn Corp
1 Maroomba AL
1 Murray Avtn
1 Northeast Air amd Sea Svcs
1 Optiva Leasing (ES)
1 Paradise Air
1 Peace Air (C)
1 Personal Airliner
1 Picerne Military
1 Pinney Leasing
1 Racing Aw
1 Rompetrol Logistics (YR)
1 Royal Saudi AF
1 SK Air
1 T.A. Guatemaltecos (TG)
1 Thai Civil Avtn Auth
1 Tulip Air (PH)
1 Ultra Motorsports
196 in service
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RE: JS31

Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:16 am

Here's 2 more:

2 Caribintair (Haiti)

There's surely more that we don't know about.
And probably more to come as the ones stocked in the desert are becoming cheap enough for 3rd world countries' domestic airlines to buy them.
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RE: JS31

Sun Aug 15, 2004 7:47 am

Francoflier : Do you know more about these two of Caribintair, registrations/identities? afaik they only have two Let-410s.
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