Aegean Airlines has ended Avro RJ100 operations after 12 years. The airline’s two remaining RJ100s flew their last services on 2 May: SX-DVA (msn E3341) on flight AEE455, from Kalamata to Athens, and SX-DVB (msn E3343) on flight AEE407, from Kerkyra to Athens. These two RJ100s had been the airline’s first aircraft. Both were delivered in April 1999, and used to launch scheduled services. Aegean then acquired additional examples, eventually building up the fleet to six. Of these, two were returned off-lease to BAE Systems in 2010, and two more were withdrawn from use earlier this year. The latter two have been sold to Sky Wings, along with SX-DVA and -DVB.
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