Brussels Airlines begins to phase out its BAe 146s


Brussels Airlines began phasing out its six BAe 146s. Series 200 OO-DJE (msn E2164) was withdrawn from use and parked on 10 August, joining OO-DJJ (msn E2196) and OO-MJE (msn E2192) who are still awaiting their departure to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Meanwhile, OO-DJF (msn E2167) is being used solely as a backup aircraft, leaving only OO-DJG (msn E2180) and OO-DJH (msn E2172) in active duty. They, too, are scheduled to be withdrawn from use a the end of the summer season. The airline will continue to use its fourteen Avro RJ85s and twelve RJ100s, however, having recently extended their leases with BAE Systems Regional Aircraft.

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