British Aerospace Asset Management-Jets (AMJ) has sold four more BAe 146s, as its campaign to cut the group's liabilities on its regional-jet fleet begins to gather momentum.

Three BAe 146-200s on lease to Air Atlantic have been sold to the Canadian carrier for $21 million. It has also signed a five-year lease on a fourth aircraft.

Eurowings in Germany has also acquired one of its BAe 146-200 fleet and signed new seven-year leases on two more ex-Sabena aircraft. Sabena handed the aircraft back as part of its deal to buy new AI(R)Avro RJs.

Source: Flight International