Sweden’s Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) has retired Avro RJ100 SE-DSP (msn E3242). She flew her last service, TF148 from Stockholm Arlanda to Malmö Sturup on 26 February. Later that day, she was ferried to Copenhagen Kastrup, where she will be parted out. SE-DSP was part of a batch of RJ100s that Malmö Aviation, BRA’s predecessor, acquired from SAM Colombia in 1999, but corrosion in her fuel tanks delayed her delivery to Sweden until 2001. She was initially leased from British Aerospace, and then bought in 2012. BRA’s recently took delivery of former Swiss Avro RJ100 SE-DSZ (msn E3380).
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