BAe 146-300 9H-ELE (msn E3209), who had long been stored at Malta, was broken up. Acquired by Maltese start-up Efly in June 2009, she had entered service on 17 September of that year. Services proved shortlived, however, being suspended on 6 November, and never resumed. 9H-ELE remained stored at Malta, until she was acquired by Tronos as a source of spare parts in late 2013. After all useful parts had been removed, she was cut up at the end of February. E3209 had originally been built at Woodford in 1992, and was then sold to Makung Airlines (later renamed Uni Air) in 1994. She returned to Europe in 1999 and was leased to National Jet Italia (NJI), and then to Flybe before being acquired by Efly.