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 British Aerospace 146-200 (E2192)

 

 
Date: 12/08/1991

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: the seventh Bae146 for DAT was delivered at Antwerp on April 26 1991. It was immediate transferred to sister company Air Meuse and did wear the full DAT style colors.

Date: 03/05/1995

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: solely operated on behalf of Sabena, it appeared a bit later in the flag carriers first (of three) color schemes.

Date: 10/05/1998

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: airframes second color scheme of Sabena adopted by December 30 1995.

Date: 12/2001

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: airframes third and final color scheme of Sabena with small additional "operated by DAT "titles, which was adopted on July 21 1999. It was captured when stored after the flag carrier collapse.

Date: 05/04/2004

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: transferred to SN Brussels Airlines, depicted in their first Sabena style colors.

Date: 12/10/2005

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: in their second and final colors adopted by Summer 2004.

Date: 27/08/2007

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: the airframe was transferred to Brussels Airlines on March 25 2007 but remained active in the old c/s with only the internet address changed and "SN" painted out. Its last flight took place on December 21 2007.

Date: 09/02/2008

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: on January 10 2008, she arrived at Brussels in AirDC markings and baptized "Etoile". This new Congolese carrier was a proposed joint venture between HBA en Brussels Airlines for domestic operations in black Africa. Here captured during a training flight, the airframe was due to be operational as "3B-PAE" by Spring 2008. However the registration of this plane to a holding company in Mauritius posed troubles and was not accepted undermining the flying plans and the frame remained stored at Brussels.

Date: 17/01/2011

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: from November 2010 onwards again in maintenance prior delivery to newly proposed Congolese carrier Korongo Airlines (joint venture Brussels Airlines - George Forrest Group). On January 17 2011 it made a test flight in Air DC colors, but without titles.  

Date: 12/03/2011

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: between January 26 and February 1 2011, it was painted at Southend in Korongo markings. From February 3 2011 onwards on it was on occasional basis operational for Brussels Airlines (crew training in Europe) pending delivery to Congo.

Date: 07/02/2011

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: Skystef

Description: below the cockpit window, tiny "operated by Brussels Airlines" titles. Final flight for Brussels Airlines was made on March 22 2012. Five days later it left for the Congo (via Cameroon). It came back to Brussels on October 18 2012 and was laid up. It made a test flight on December 19 2012 and was later seen in basic markings without titles. It was cancelled as "N192DD" on January 21 2013 and left via Iceland for Canada six days later.

 

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