A few moves have taken place over the last few months.
XM404 Jet Provost T.3 has been sold by the Home Office Fire & Emergency Training Centre, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire and was transported to Bruntingthorpe oduring
09/20-14 and has since reduced to a cockpit section
XS177 Jet Provost T.4 was to have been delivered to the Bournemouth Aviation Museum for display, but the deal fell through and the aircraft is now dumped at Mount Pleasant Farm,
XW301 Jet Provost T.5A previously sold by Jet Art, Thorpe Wood, the aircraft was resold and is now on display at Barnveld, Netherlands
XW318 Jet Provost T.5A previously owned by Jet Art, Thorpe Wood, the aircraft was sold and exported on 17/01/2014 and is currently located at Teuge, Netherlands
XW328 Jet Provost T.5A was sold to Everett Aero, Sproughton during 10/2013 and has since been resold to a private owner in Antwerp, Belgium for restoration to flying status.
Adding to the message posted on 26/04/2012 the Jet Provost T.5A’s stored in the open behind two of the grass hangers on the southern end of Cosford Airfield, are now confirmed
XW299/60-MB/9146M XW301/63/MC/9147M XW318/78-MG/9190M
XW358/59-MK/9181M XW360/ML-61/9153M XW361/81-MM/9192M
XW410/80-MR/9125M XW425/MV/H/9200M XW434/78-MY/9091M
XN500 Jet Provost T3A has been sold by the Farnborough Air Sciences Ltd to the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum, Fixton even though the aircraft has been on display at Flixton since
Jet Provost T5 sold to a Museum
Jet Provost T5 XW357 ex VH-YZD, Jandakot Airport, Perth, Western Australia, Australia was sold during October 2011 and shipped to the Wanaka Transport and Toy
Museum, New Zealand for display.