Brussels Airlines To Retire ARJ Fleet In 2017

Brussels Airlines has confirmed plans to retire its fleet of 12 Avro RJ-100 aircraft by the end of 2017.

Brussels Airlines has confirmed plans to retire its fleet of 12 Avro RJ-100 aircraft by the end of 2017.

The Belgian flag carrier’s president Bernard Gustin told the AirFinance Journal that the aircraft, which has an average age of 17.2 years, would be replaced with a combination of younger A319-100s and A320s.

Brussels Airlines currently operates a fleet of 48 aircraft in total, which also includes 25 A320 family aircraft, eight A330s, one 737-300, one Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 and one Embraer ERJ-145.

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