Cello BAe 146 flies to Aosta 1


Cello Aviation‘s VIP-configured BAe 146 G-RAJJ (msn E2103) operated a test flight to Aosta’s Corrado Gex Airport on 15 June. She arrived from Torino as CLJ101A in the early evening, touching down at 1817 local time. On the following day, after a morning of visits by local authorities, she departed back to Torino as CLJ101B, and from there continued on to her base at Birmingham. The visit was arranged by the airport’s management company, AVDA, in the hopes of stimulating a regular service to the airport. This is the second visit of a BAe 146/Avro RJ at Aosta; a Malmö Aviation Avro RJ100 had conducted a similar test flight in late 2010.

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  • Mark goodliffe

    Hi
    Nothing to do wit this aircraft but, I’m heading up team that are looking to restore the Rjx 100 based at Manchester airport as it got into a poor condition. We had the first engineering day on Saturday and have many more planned.