Swiss International Air Lines is getting rid of its final ERJ-145, replacing the 50-seat aircraft with an RJ85/100 that seats 85-100. Swiss operated 25 ERJs at one point, taking first delivery in 2000. Company officials said the ERJ was "only partially able to meet operating requirements, in view of its limited seat capacity." Last summer, the carrier decided to standardize its short-haul operation with an all-Avro fleet.
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