Chile’s Aerovías DAP has withdrawn the last of three Boeing 737-200s it was using on its ‘Mineral Airways’ flights in support of the mining industry. The last 737 flight was operated on 12 July. The 737s had joined DAP’s fleet in 2013, supplementing the airline’s BAe 146s. With the 737s gone, DAP’s jet fleet now consists solely of BAe 146s and Avro RJs (the airline also operates several turboprop types).
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