Belgian carrier Brussels Airlines will phase out its fleet of Avro RJ100 regional jets by the end of 2017, replacing them with a mix of Airbus types, the airline said Dec. 4. The airline has 12 Avros on strength. They will start to leave the fleet next April, with four having departed by the end of the 2016 summer season. The remainder will gradually go over the following year. All are leased. Brussels Airlines intends to replace the British-built Avros, which last rolled off the ...

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