Bulgarian airline Hemus Air is adding two BAe 146-300s to its fleet, which already includes three BAe 146-200s. The first, a former Air Wisconsin example (msn E3141 ex N615AW), was ferried from the USA on March 5, routing via Keflavik and Stansted, as LZ-HBD. The second, a former Aer Lingus aircraft (msn E3131 ex EI-CLG), is currently at Stansted undergoing maintenance by Inflite. Once delivered to Hemus Air, she is expected to become LZ-HBE. She had been ferried to Stansted in December 2005, after a period of storage at Mojave. The other two former Aer Lingus BAe 146s who are still stored in the desert may also make their way to Bulgaria, as Hemus Air has announced it intends to add four BAe 146-300s this year.
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