BAe 146-200 ZS-PZY (msn E2051 ex TN-AHX) was broken up at Kruger Mpumalanga during May. She had last been operated by Allegiance Air on behalf of Air Congo, but had returned to South Africa in 2010. She has been stored at Kruger Mpumalanga ever since, in a gradually increasing state of decay.
Tanzania’s Air Zara International has given a home to one of the BAe 146s orphaned by the shutdown of Allegiance Air early this year. The Dar es Salaam-based airline acquired series 200 ZS-AAY (msn E2044). She had been stored at Kruger Mpumalanga since shortly after Allegiance’s collapse. Tanzania will be […]
South Africa’s Allegiance Air pulled out the BAe 146s and other aircraft it was operating on behalf of Air Congo in late March, effectively grounding the airline. The move apparently follows continuing disputes with its Congolese partners and rising government intervention into the airline’s operations. The 146s used in Congo […]
Air Congo has acquired three BAe 146s from BAE System Regional Aircraft. The 146s will complement those the airline is already operating. The three aircraft involved (msns E2090, E2092, and E2096) were all originally built for AirBC and later taken over by Air Canada Jazz. They have been in storage […]
Air Congo is operating three BAe 146s on services within the Republic of Congo and to neighboring countries. (The Republic of Congo, often known as Congo-Brazzaville, should not be confused with the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo.) Three BAe 146s have been observed flying for Air Congo, including TN-AHX (msn […]