Crashed 18/4/1963 at Whitton Shields, Longhorsley, near Morpeth, Northumberland, after the crew ejected due to a false fire warning. please get in touch. This leaves the following as known survivors at the time of writing (all
The numbers of survivors are healthy, … [History of the JP5] [Known survivors] 110 Jet Provost T.5s were … THE JET PROVOST T.3. the two T.4s (XS230 and XS231) converted into the two prototype aircraft. It was originally developed by Hunting Percival from the earlier piston engine-powered Percival Provost basic trainer, and later produced by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC). 1 May 1970 - WJ632 an EE Canberra TT.18 of the A&AEE abandoned over the sea off Dorset, two killed. As yet, un-featured aircraft (if you can help please get in touch), Swords Aviation, North Weald, Essex (G-VIVM/ex-G-BVWF), Boscombe Down Aviation Collection, Boscombe Down, Wiltshire (G-ATAJ), Delta Jets, Kemble Airfield, Gloucestershire (G-BWEB), Jet Provost Club, Bournemouth Airport, Dorset (G-BWCS). There were also
), please get in touch. Below is a list of registrations and possible locations together with static or display aircraft in the UK and gain there are over a hundred airframes worldwide. link. Survivors There are 19 Jet Provost's on the British civil register as of February 2014 with a similar number still flying worldwide. You will be credited with any photos used on the site. David Learmount… Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum, Hillsboro, OR, USA (N27357), University of London, Northampton Square, London (G-TORE), Privately owned, Riverside, CA, USA (N7075U), Jet Provost SA (Pty) Ltd, Cape Town, South Africa (ZU-JPR), Privately owned, Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy (G-BXDL/I-PROV), Newcastle Jet Provost Co, Newcastle (G-BVEZ), Gate Guard, RAF Linton-on-Ouse, N Yorkshire, Aeroventure Museum, Doncaster, S. Yorkshire, Defence College of Aeronautical Engineering, RAF Cosford, Shropshire, Privately owned, North Weald, Essex (G-BXBH), Privately owned, Humberside Airport, Lincs (G-BWDR), Privately owned, West Walton Highway, Norfolk, Fire Training College, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucs, Lafayette Airport Fire Department, Lafayette, LA, USA, Defence Explosives Disposal School, Chattenden, Kent, Ulster Aviation Society, Long Kesh, County Antrim, N. Ireland, Privately owned, Salt Lake City, UT, USA (N455XM), Privately owned, West Texas Airport, El Paso, USA, Privately owned, Terrington St Clement, Norfolk, No.1005 Sqn Air Cadets, Radcliffe, G. Manchester, No.1940 Sqn Air Cadets, Levenshulme, G. Manchester, Privately owned, Camberley (painted as 'XN493'), Privately owned, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, No.184 ATC, Manchester, Greater Mancester, Dubai Mens College, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Privately owned, Humberside Airport, Lincs (G-BWSH), Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, Suffolk, Privately owned, Martinsburg, PA (N502GW), Boscombe Down Aviation Collection, Wiltshire, Privately owned, Nauplion, Greece (G-BXBI), Aviodome, Amsterdam Airport, The Netherlands, Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, Highland Aviation Museum, Inverness Airport, Scotland, Privately owned, North Weald (ex-G-BVEG/G-KNOT), Privately owned, Jupiter, FL, USA (N640XN). If you can help with regards to photographs and information for any of the aircraft listed, or with particular examples that are not included in the list (there's bound to be some lurking out there!) The BAC Jet Provost is a British jet trainer aircraft that was in use with the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1955 to 1993. If you can help with regards to photographs and information for any of the aircraft listed, or with particular examples that are not included in the list (there's got to be some hidden away! To view the history and photographs of a particular aircraft click its serial number, and you will be taken to the relevant page if present. You will be credited with any photos used on the site. THE JET PROVOST T.5. The stowaway miraculously survived the 8,000-mile journey and if he clung on to the plane would have had to contend with a lack of oxygen and temperatures of -40C. For details of T.52 conversion XS228/G-PROV, follow this
As yet, un-featured aircraft(if you can help please get in touch), Air Atlantique Classic Flight, Coventry (G-BWDS), RAF Museum collection, Cosford, Shropshire. 201 T.3's were ordered by the RAF (XM346-387, XM401-428, XM451-80, XN117, XN137, XN458-473, XN492-XN512, XN547-59, XN573-607, XN629-43). Aircraft Corporation (XW287-336, XW351-375, XW404-438), and all were delivered. 'Survivor' host Jeff Probst explains why he no longer travels the finale votes by jet ski or skydiving or subway or… based in the United Kingdom unless otherwise indicated):-
30 April 1970 - XP556 a Hunting Jet Provost T.4 of the Royal Air Force College flew into ground while on approach to RAF Cranwell, England, one killed. Privately owned, RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset (G-JPVA/ex-G-BVXT), Privately owned, Bournemouth Airport, Dorset (G-BWOF), Privately owned, Cranwell, Lincs (ex-G-BYED/ex-N166A), Privately owned, East Midlands Airport, Nottingham (G-BWSG), Century Aviation, Church Fenton, North Yorkshire (G-JPTV) (painted as 'XW354'), Privately owned, Perth, Western Australia (VH-YZD), Privately owned, Bishop, California, USA (N400LT), Top Gun Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (VH-YZB), Line Training Flight (RAF 1SoTT), DCAE Cosford, ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N292XW), ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N294XW), Privately owned, Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Australia (VH-JPV), Privately owned, Shenandoah Valley, VA, USA (N453MS), Privately owned, location unknown, USA (N4107U), Hartlepool College of Further Education, Hartlepool, County Durham, ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N312XW), Privately owned, Melbourne Airport, FL, USA (N316RC), Airframe Training Squadron (RAF 1SoTT), DCAE Cosford, RAF Museum collection, RAF Hendon, London, Privately owned, Tamiami Airport, Tampa, Florida, USA (N326GV), Privately owned, Denver, Colorado, USA (N332RC), ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N334XW), ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA, North West Heritage Group, BAE-Systems Warton, Privately owned, South Carolina, USA (N399PS/ex-N372JP), ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N373XW), Jet Fighter Flight Centre, Sydney, Australia (VH-JPE), Maastricht Aachen Airport Fire Service, Maastricht, Netherlands, Privately owned, Bathurst, NSW, Australia, Civilian Technical Training School, DARA St Athan, Middle Georgia Technical College, Warner Robins, Georgia, USA, ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N413XW), Propulsion & Weapon Training (RAF 1SoTT) DCAE Cosford, Deeside College, Connahs Quay, Wales (G-BWUW), ASTRE Air International, Denver, Colorado, USA (N427XW), Air Atlantique Classic Flight, Coventry, Warks (G-JPRO), Privately owned, Lancaster Airport, CA, USA (N4XW), Privately owned, Boire Field, Nashua, NH, USA (N80873).