Monthly Archives: October 2004


Flybe expands, adds Boeing 737s

Exeter-based Flybe has announced a further expansion in its services, with seven new routes from Birmingham International Airport. It will add several wet-leased Boeing 737-300s to fly these routes. The lease of the 737s is an interim measure, while the airline selects a permanent replacement for its fleet of BAe […]


Druk Air receives first Airbus A319

Bhutan’s Druk Air has taken delivery of its first Airbus A319. The airline ordered two A319s in June 2003 to replace its two BAE 146-100s after BAE Systems cancelled the Avro RJX program. Druk had been a launch customer of the RJX-85, and its first example of the type had […]