This morning OO-DWL (Avro RJ100) performed its last commercial flight for Brussels Airlines


This morning OO-DWL performed its very last commercial flight for Brussels Airlines, operating flight SN2050 from Birmingham (BHX) to Brussels (BRU).

OO-DWL – a British Aerospace Avro RJ100 aircraft with serial number MSN 3361- was the last one (from an order of 12) delivered to Delta Air Transport* in 1999 (17.5 years ago**). It was and still is leased from its owner Falko Regional Aircraft.

Yesterday 30 April, it flew for the last time to Nice and to Stockholm Bromma, a typical Avro destination, before going to Birmingham for a night stop.

Forum discussion about Brussels Airlines’ fleet renewal:

Thanks to member RTM who posted this news in our forums.

* a regional subsidiary of Sabena
** first flight 22 October 1999

OO-DWL Brussels Airlines
OO-DWN with Unicef-logo in 2005
OO-DWL take-off from 07R at Brussels Airport
OO-DWL touching down on 25L
OO-DWL arriving on 25L
OO-DWL – SN Brussels Airlines
OO-DWL in Sabena colours



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