BAE Systems Regional Aircraft


Braathens Regional Airlines extends JetSpares contract

Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) has signed a two-year extension to its long-standing JetSpares contract for its ten RJ100s and two RJ85s with BAE Systems Regional Aircraft. BRA is now JetSpares oldest customer, having signed its first contract in April 1996. The extension comes on the heels of the airline’s announcement that it was […]

BAE Systems signs Airlink to remodelled JetSpares Program

South Africa’s Airlink has become the first customer for BAE Systems’ remodelled JetSpares program. Under JetSpares, customers pay a fixed rate per flying hour (RPFH) for spares and repairs. Agreements are customized for each customer, and can now cover over 500 part numbers, including landing gear components, windscreens, and avionics. […]

Increased takeoff weight from unpaved runways approved

The European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) has approved an increase in Maximum Take-off Weight (MTOW) of up to four tonnes for BAe 146s and Avro RJs operating from an unpaved runway at Kambalda, in Western Australia. Hitherto, MTOW had been limited when operating from unpaved runways due to the potential […]

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TCAS upgrade for BAe 146s and Avro RJs approved by EASA

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved BAE Systems Regional Aircraft’s modification upgrading TCAS installations on Europe-based BAe 146s and Avro RJs to the new TCAS 7.1 standard. All aircraft flying in European airspace must meet the new standard from 1 December 2015. In some cases, the upgrade requires […]