History prior to the Summer of 1962 has yet to be researched.
The London Aero Club owned G-ASAT for a little over a year from the summer of 1962. By the second half of 1963, ownership had passed to the Norfolk and Norwich Aero Club where it remained for the next six years. From 1969 onwards, this aircraft had a number of private owners in Keswick, Thundersley, Ilford, Tidworth, Bristol and lastly, Bromsgrove.
The museum bought G-ASAT and transported it to the museum on 12th June 2012.