Air Botswana puts its 146s up for auction


Air Botswana's BAe 146s and Avro RJ85s

Air Botswana’s two BAe 146s and two Avro RJ85s are parked at Gaborone (Google Earth)

Air Botswana has invited bids for one of its stored BAe 146-100s, and indicated that the second 146 will also shortly be auctioned off. Both 146s have been stored at Gaborone’s Sir Seretse Khama International Airport for quite some time. A2-ABD (msn E1101) was parked in March 2008 and A2-ABF (msn E1160) probably sometime in 2013. Both have been offered for sale before, but apparently found no buyers. Air Botswana’s two Avro RJ85s, A2-ABG (msn E2303) and A2-ABH (msn E2304), are apparently also in storage at Gaborone. Air Botswana has been rocked by a series of scandals recently. The airline’s General Manager, Ben Dahwa, has been accused of nepotism, and has also been implicated in a corruption case involving Zimbabwe’s Minister of Transport.

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