UK London Stansted-based VIP charter operator Titan Airways has ceased BAe 146 operations after 17 years. The carrier said in a statement it has sold its last BAe 146 aircraft to Australia. The carrier’s Avro RJ100 is destined for Canada. The BAe, which was its first jet aircraft, was acquired in 1996. Titan MD Gene Willson said, “Over the years, the 146QC contracts have been great for us—passengers by day and freight or mail by night—but their work has now been ...

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