BAe 146-200QC G-ZAPK (msn E2148) of Titan Airways was painted with Land Rover titles to promote Land Rover’s new Discovery vehicle. Previous news items on Titan Airways:
BAe 146-300 G-JEBE (msn E3206) of Jersey European was damaged at Belfast-Harbour on 26 October when ground equipment was blown into her side by strong winds. Recent news items on Jersey European:
Halifax-based Air Atlantic ceased flight operations at the end of Saturday, 24 October. Air Atlantic’s three BAe 146-200s are being re-marketed by BAe Aerospace Asset Management-Jets (AMJ); one was leased to former competitor Air Nova for two months to cover for maintenance on the latter’s 146s.
WDL Aviation has acquired BAe 146-200 PK-PJP (msn E2050) from Pelita. She arrived in Köln on 23 October. She will be converted from a VIP to a 98-seat passenger configuration by NAYAK technical services (a subsidiary of Eurowings) and is scheduled to enter service with WDL in December. She will join BAe […]
BAe 146-200 G-MIMA (msn E2079) of Manx was repainted in a new color scheme patterned on that of British Airways.
BAe 146-200 C-FHAV (msn E2012) of Air Atlantic is on short-term lease to Air Nova for two months to cover for heavy maintenance on Air Nova’s five 146s.
Taiwanese airline Uni-Air is reported to be planning to dispose of its five BAe 146-300s as part of a fleet rationalization program. The BAe 146s, which were inherited from Makung Airlines, would be replaced by additional McDonnell Douglas MD-90s.
Paukn Air has decided not to resume operations, which were suspended following the crash of one of their two BAe 146-100s near Melilla on 25 September 1998, and the departure of their second aircraft for heavy maintenance soon thereafter. Although the airline had at first planned to continue operations, and […]
BAe Regional Aircraft and BAe-AMJ promoted the use of the Avro RJ and BAe 146 as business jets at the Annual Meeting and Convention of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) in Las Vegas. The Avro RJ/BAe 146 offers corporate users a spacious cabin, with almost as much interior space […]
BAe 146-200 G-GNTZ (msn E2036) of British Regional Airlines (BRAL) returned to service on 3 October following repairs by JEA Engineering at Exeter. She was damaged in a bird strike on 4 September, while operating BA7844 from Belfast to Manchester. Recent news items on British Regional Airlines: