Monthly Archives: July 2011


FAAM BAe 146ARA G-LUXE

FAAM BAe 146ARA studies emissions from forest fires

FAAM’s BAe 146-301ARA G-LUXE (msn E3001) is operating out of Halifax as part of a study of the emissions from North American forest fires. The campaign, dubbed BORTAS, is a collaboration between several science organisations based in the UK, Canada, and the USA. The 146ARA positioned to Halifax on July […]


Another BAe 146-300 for Mahan Air

Iran’s Mahan Air has added another BAe 146 to its fleet. Series 300 G-BTZN (msn E3149) of Aviation Capital Solutions had been sold to the Ukraine, departing Manston on 17 December 2010. She was noted parked at Kiev Borispol in February, still wearing basic Air Dolomiti colors. The registration was […]

BAe 146-300 G-BTZN at Kiev Borispol

First Starbow BAe 146 delivered

New Ghanaian airline Starbow took delivery of the first of two BAe 146-300s. Former Eurowings series 300 9G-SBA (msn E3125 ex G-UKSC/D-AEWM) departed Southend on 13 July, routing via Algiers. The airline’s second aircraft, G-UKHP (msn E3123 ex D-AEWL), is due to follow next month. She was ferried from Bacău […]


Air Libya BAe 146 flies to mountain airstrip

Libya’s rebel Transitional National Council put the short-field capabilities of Air Libya‘s BAe 146 to good use on 12 July, when they used her to fly oil and finance minister, Ali Tarhouni, to an improvised airstrip in the Nafusa mountains in western Libya. The route links rebel forces in the […]