Avro Rj-100

Ghana Airlines

Ghana Airlines; Starbow Airlines and Antrak Air was two old airlines in Ghana. The two Ghanian airlines suspended their operations for different reason last times. Africa World Airlines is a Ghanaian airlines that operates domestic flights in ghana.

Sweden Airlines

You can find Sweden Airlines and Airlines in Sweden in this page. SAS, of course, is the leading airline company for denmark, norway and sweden. but there are many different airline companies in Sweden. Find out Sweden airlines. We have 7 Sweden airlines in our list. You can find brief information about Sweden airlines, You can see logos of Sweden airlines and you can go Sweden airlines' websites via our internal links. Here is the list of Sweden airlines. defunct Sverigeflyg, defunct Malmo Aviation, defunct NextJet, BRA, Air Leap, Amapola.nu, Novair. domestic Swedish airline Amapola Flyg operates a fleet of Fokker 50 and BAe Jetstream 32 aircraft. Novair operates charter flights to leisure destinations. Novair operates a fleet of Airbus aircraft. Swedish regional airline Air Leap operates a fleet of ATR, SAAB 340 and SAAB 2000 aircraft. Sweden defunct airline companies Sverigeflyg and Malmo Aviation merged in 2016. BRA is an important domestic regional airline in Sweden. NextJet was a very important regional airlines in sweden but the company was declared bankrupt in 2018. Air Leap is regional airline in Sweden. Sweden Braathens Regional Airlines is the leading airline in Sweden. Swedish regional BRA operates a fleet of ATR and the BAe /Avro RJ aircraft.

BAe 146 - British Aerospace (BAe)

The renewal of the BAe 146 family began in 1996. New, more powerful and more economical engines were installed. Thus the plane continued to be manufactured under the name Avro RJ; RJ70, RJ85 and RJ100 being the new designations of the previous models 100, 200 and 300. The BAe 146-100 conducted its maiden flight on 3 September 1981. The base version was designed to carry 94 persons with a high density layout. Simultaneously with model 100, the stretched model 200 was developed, designed for 112 passengers. The BAe 146-200 had its first outing on 1 April 1982. Commercial operation of the BAe 146 started at the end of 1983. Subsequently an even larger model 300 was created, designed for 128 passengers.