Halifax-based Air Atlantic placed an order for ten J41s in early 1995. The airline, which operates as a Canadian Partner, placed the order following a successful restructuring exercise in 1994.
Manx Airlines was a J41 launch customer, and the first to take delivery (along with its sister company Loganair) during a ceremony at Prestwick on November 25, 1992.
Jetstream 41 of Seoul Air International.
Seoul Air ordered one J41 as part of a deal for J31s and ATPs to enable it to begin regional services within Korea and neighbouring countries. The airline also operates oil support charter services with the aircraft in Vietnam.
Manx has operated the J41 in the scheme of its Airlines of Britain sister British Midland...
Компания "Manx Airlines" (часть группы "Airlines of Britain") стала одним из заказчиков удлиненного Jetstream 41. В настоящее время самолеты этой компании летают в окраске "British Airways Express".
Manx services with the J41 are flown on behalf of the UK's national carrier under franchise as British Airways Express.
TWExpress operator Trans States Airlines holds orders and options for up to 60 J41s worth around US$420 million (£270 million). The airline was the first to configure its aircraft with 30 passenger seats and feeds TWA at its St Louis huh, operating the J41 alongside a large fleet of J31s.
Sterling-based Atlantic Coast was the US launch customer for the Jetstream 41, and operates its fleet on US East Coast services as a United Express carrier.
A comparison of the Jetstream 31 and J41 may he made from this view of the two types in formation over Jetstream Aircraft's facility in Prestwick, Scotland.
The J41 features an all new flightdeck incorporating a Honeywell four-tube EFIS. Compared to earlier Jetstreams, pilot visibility is improved by the introduction of a 'V' windscreen in place of the previous multisection screens.