Aegean Airlines has signed an order for two more Avro RJ100s, for delivery in June and July. They will bring Aegean’s RJ100 fleet to six, replacing the two Fokker 100s acquired with the purchase of Air Greece. Aegean’s Avro RJ100s have achieved a dispatch reliability of 99.92% in February on a busy schedule including as many as 12 sectors a day, according to Chief Operating Officer Antonis Simigdalas. Load factors on Aegean’s route network are now averaging 65%. With this order, the Avro RJ orderbook stands at 154 aircraft.
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