Interesting. This almost 36-year old aircraft started out in California in 1986 with AirCal (which I worked as an agent in SMF), then to AA and even painted in modified AA livery (grey, not silver fuselage). OC configured it as 85Y having learned from rival PSA's mistake of trying 6-breast 100Y. AA actually reconfigured it as (IIRC) 8F 63Y. Silly. With their frequent engine start failures, we were glad they went away. From AA it went to Malmo Aviation, as did most of the 6 OC/AA 146's. Looking at the serial number history just now, it went on to WDL who apparently farmed it out to most of Europe's airlines at some point. And now Kirghistan. And if there were 96 pax on this flight with the engine failure, clearly they crammed in the 100 seats that never should have been there. BAe actually advertised it as a 106 seater before actually going into service.
(Edit: corrected Malmo Aviation)
Worked for WestAir, Apollo Airways, Desert Pacific, Western, AirCal and American Airlines (Retired). My Flight Memory: 178 airports, 89 airlines, 71 a/c types, 397 routes, 56 countries (by air), 6 continents. 1,101,154 miles, as a passenger.