The British Aerospace Jetstream 31 grew out of an original design of Handley Page. British Aerospace achieved certification in 1982 and produced a total of 226 J31s though the 1980s. The aircraft has been operated in the U.S. by Pan American World Airways, Trans State Airlines, Express I Airlines as well as Atlantic Coast Airlines. It remains in use in a number of Charter and Regional airlines around the world.

read more


The British Aerospace Jetstream 32, sometimes called a “Super 31″ is the enhanced performance, newer version of the J31. There was a total of 167 J32s produced, starting in the late 1980s though the mid 1990s.

read more


The British Aerospace Jetstream 41 is a stretched version of the Jetstream 31/32 usually configured with 29 or 30 passenger seats.  Its design added 16ft to the length of the fuselage, necessitated a revised wing design, and powerful Garrett 331-14 engines generating 1,500 SHP.  Some of the engines have been modified (several of them by CFM) to 1,650 SHP.

read more