TriStar
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OY-RCA

Sat Feb 12, 2000 4:00 am

I have a small question. Earlier today, I saw a BAe 146 parked at BRU which looked like a Debonair, just like this one:


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I couldn't see any titles on the fuselage, though. (Out of view due to nose-in.) However, the registration was OY-RCA -so a Danish one-, and not a G-DEB. number like (what I believe to be) all other Debonair A/C.
Does anyone have more information on this?

Thanks in advance,

TriStar.
 
sas767
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RE: OY-RCA

Sat Feb 12, 2000 4:35 am

The aircraft is newly bought by the Danish airline Atlantic Airways (Faroe Islands). However Atlantic Airways only need a second aircraft during the summer peak. Therefore the aircraft has been leased to British Midland Commuter for the next six months. The aircraft is ex. Debonair G-DEBH c/n 2045.

Rgds.

SAS767 - Copenhagen
 
TriStar
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RE: OY-RCA

Sat Feb 12, 2000 5:56 am

Thanks SAS767 - it is much appreciated!

All the best,

TriStar.