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I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 3:55 am

can people please let me know the routes which i can fly from UK to anywhere using my Fav looking a/c
 
Britair
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:04 am

If you are in the London area:

London City is the "146 hub" of the UK because of the restrictions at the airport......Aer Lingus, AirFrance (franchise), British European, Swiss (Crossair), Lufthansa (CityLine) all operate 146/ARJ's from LCY to their respective hubs.

London Gatwick is good too, but the main user BA CityFlyer (or Eurogatwick as it is now!) is moving all its 146's to MAN and BHX to go to CitiExpress and will get 737's in return (LHR will get BHX's 319's)

London Heathrow has Manx (soon to move to Gatwick, it may have done already!) and Air France (franchise).

As for the rest of the UK, as I mentioned BA CitiExpress will boost their fleet with the ex-CityFlyer 146's, there's British European around the country and Buzz operates a fleet from Stansted!

Quite a selection for you! Hope that helps!

Cheers

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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:06 am

where do i book cityflyer flights please
 
Britair
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:17 am

CityFlyer is a 100% owned subsidary of British Airways and has been merged into BA's shorthaul operation at Gatwick and the whole thing is now BA Eurofleet Gatwick (they were gonna call it Short Haul At Gatwick, but somehow S.H.A.G. didnt sound right! hahaha! Smile)

For bookings see www.ba.com or phone ContactBA on 0870 33 777 33 or see your friendly travel agent or British Airways Travel Shop!  Smile

Cheers  Smile
 
luchtzak
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:21 am

SN Brussels Airlines
http://www.brusselsairlines.com

 
AOMlover
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 4:48 am

BUZZ !
www.buzzaway.com
They have Bae 146 300 and 737 300.
 
David_itl
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 5:41 am


Mustn't forget the LX 380/1 from ZRH to MAN which is usually an RJ100.

David/MAN
 
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 5:45 am

Fly SN Brussels Airlines!!!!

Great airline, great service and great aircrafts!! (their whole fleet consists of Avro RJ85, RJ100 and BAe146-200, so you are on an avro for 100% sure!!!)  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

For the website, see the reply of Luchtzak.

Regards,
And enjoy SNBA,
Sabena 690
 
Julien.M
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 6:10 am

to Brussels with SN Brussels Airlines (former ex-Sabena sub company DAT).
SN Brussels has one of the largest BAe 146 and ARJ85/100's fleet.

regards  Smile
 
bmi
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RE: I Want To Fly A Bae 146 In Europe

Sun Apr 21, 2002 6:52 am

British European have numerous 146-200 and -300 services from BHX and having flown to SNN with them, I was very happy (My flight(s) were G-JEBB a 146300) and also Aer Lingus have a fantastic service from BHX to DUB on a 146 (I flew onn EI-CLI) but now theres a better airline bmibaby down the road who operates 737s obveously.

Citiexpress (BA) operate 146s from the latter part of the year, SN brussels airlines serve BRU on 146s.

All from Birmingham! For the latest airline news from the UKs fifth largest airport and any route changes/aircraft changes (including your 146!) visit www.bhxonline.co.uk

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