Lufthansa subsidiary Brussels Airlines will phase out its last Avro RJ100 with a final scheduled flight from Geneva to Brussels Oct. 28. The four-engine narrowbody Avro RJ100 played an important role in the development of Brussels Airlines. When the Belgian carrier was founded 15 years ago, its fleet comprised 32 Avro-type aircraft (12 RJ100s, 14 RJ85s and six BAe146s) that were acquired from Sabena subsidiary DAT. Since then, 31.5 million passengers have flown on board Brussels Airlines ...

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