Brussels Airlines A319. Photo: Courtesy, Brussels Airlines. Brussels Airlines took delivery of the first of two ex-Mexicana Airbus A319s it is slated to receive as part of the renewal of its short- and medium-haul fleet. It plans to replace five of its 14 Avro RJ85s with four A319s and two A320s (ATW, Dec. 1, 2010). Six of the Avros come off lease this year, but the carrier will retain one and return the five others to BAE Systems. All six A320 family aircraft are expected to be ...

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