Titan Airways' last two BAe aircraft have exited its fleet, and the UK charter specialist is considering adding further Airbus A320s to the one it acquired in April.
London Stansted-based Titan has sold a 146 regional jet to Australia, while an Avro RJ100 is "destined for Canada", says the airline.
The 146 (registration: G-ZAPK) became Titan's first jet when it was acquired in 1996. Four 146s joined the fleet later.
Managing director Gene Willson says that work conducted with 146s has been taken over by "larger, more fuel-efficient" Boeing 737 narrowbodies, of which Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows four in Titan's fleet.
The Avro RJ100 (G-POWF) had been operated by Titan since February 2011.
"In addition to the phasing out of older aircraft types, Titan has begun actively seeking younger, more efficient aircraft," says the carrier, which, having added its first A320 narrowbody earlier this year, is now "looking for further opportunities to expand its charter fleet with the Airbus product".