Monthly Archives: April 2000


Debonair orphans find homes

When Luton-based BAe 146 operator Debonair ceased operations on 30 September 1999, its fleet of two series 100s and ten series 200s was grounded. Although BAe 146s are in considerable demand, the sudden influx of such a large number of aircraft made it difficult to place them. The situation was […]


WDL BAe 146-300 enters service

BAe 146-300 D-AWBA (msn E3134) of WDL Aviation operated her first service on 2 April, from Köln to Münich. With series 300 D-AWBA joining series 100 G-AWDL (msn E1011) and series 200 D-AWUE (msn E2050), WDL now operates one example of each BAe 146 version. The airline also recently acquired former […]


Druk Air places first Avro RJX order

Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airlines) has placed the first order for the new Avro RJX derivative of the BAe 146 and Avro RJ with an order for two Avro RJX-85s. Deliveries of the two aircraft are scheduled for November 2001 and January 2002. Druk Air already operates two BAe 146-100s. […]