First flew July 1962 as CK-MCK in the colours of Maritime Central Airways (who never actually flew the type). Having taken part in the Farnborough show of 1962, the following August saw it being allocated to Cruz Airways as PI-C910 with the colour scheme changed to chocolate and cream, but this deal failed as well. In December 1963 G-ASKK was leased to Autair before being leased again to Sadia Airways Brazil. On its return to the United Kingdom G-ASKK was sold to British Midland Airways in February 1965. Next was a move to British United Airways which was setting up a subsidiary British United Island Airways which became British Island Airways. In 1980 BIA merged with Air Anglia to form Air UK and the aircraft was painted in the colours you see today. G-ASKK took its last flight on 30th March 1985 from Southampton to Norwich and was sold to CNAM for the sum of £1.
This video on youtube was taken on our Herald on a flight to East Midlands Airport around 1969.