Brussels Airlines retires first Avro RJ100


As planned, Brussels Airlines has begun retiring its twelve Avro RJ100s. RJ100 OO-DWF (msn E3332) was the first to be withdrawn from service, after operating SN3597/SN3598 from Bruxelles to Marseilles and back on 16 April. She is now undergoing hand-back maintenance prior to being returned off-lease to Falko Regional Aircraft. The next RJ100s scheduled to leave are OO-DWG (msn E3336) in July, OO-DWH (msn E3340) in August, and OO-DWI (msn E3342) in September.

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