British Airways CitiExpress (BACX) will fly their newly acquired Avro RJ100s from London City to Frankfurt, Glasgow, and Paris Charles de Gaulle beginning in April 2003. This will be the first time that British Airways will serve London City. The move is part of an extensive re-structuring of the regional airline, which will eventually see it become an all-jet airline operating Embraer ERJ-145s, BAe 146s, and Avro RJ100s. The airline has already agreed to transfer its twelve Jetstream 41s to Eastern Airways, and is looking to dispose of its Dash 8s and ATPs. The sixteen Avro RJ100s formerly operated by CityFlyer are gradually being transferred to BACX.