The One-Eleven was designed to replace the Vickers Viscount on short-range routes. It was the second short-haul jet airliner to enter service, the first being the French Sud Aviation Caravelle. Total production of the One-Eleven in British and Romanian factories was 244, with two airframes left incomplete in Romania.
BAC One-Eleven 200
Initial production version, widely sold; individual customer designations within this series. 56 built.
BAC One-Eleven 300
Uprated engines, more fuel for longer range; individual customer designations within this series. 9 built.
BAC One-Eleven 400
Series 300 with American instrumentation and equipment; the definitive short-body version; individual customer designations within this series. 69 built.
BAC One-Eleven 475
Series 400 body with Series 500 wing and powerplant plus rough-airfield landing gear and body protection. 9 built, including 3 for Oman.
Romanian-built version of the Series 475
BAC One-Eleven 500
Extended body version with up to 119 seats; new engines; individual customer designations within this series. 87 built.
BAC One-Eleven 510ED
Variant of the 500 series built for BEA/British Airways. Size and engines same as other 500s, cockpit modified to provide more commonality with HS.121 Trident and required a different type rating from all other 500 series One-Elevens.
Romanian-built version of the Series 500
BAC One-Eleven 670
Series 475 with improved aerodynamics and reduced noise; one converted from Series 475
BAC One Eleven 500
2, plus 3 / 4 cabin crew.
Short range passenger jet.
Max. flight weight:
2 Rolls Royce Spey 512-DW turbofans with 56,25 kN
British Caledonian BAC One-Eleven on Schiphol Airport
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