Lufthansa's low-cost arm Eurowings has phased out its last Bombardier CRJ900 regional jet as part of short-haul fleet harmonisation around Airbus A320-family jets.

The budget carrier says it operated its last regular CRJ900 flight from Karlsruhe to Hamburg on 15 February.

Eurowings at one stage operated 23 aircraft of the 90-seat type, having previously also used its smaller siblings the CRJ200 and CRJ700.

But as part of Eurowings' build-up from regional operator to Lufthansa Group low-cost division, the CRJ900s have been replaced with A320s.

The last three CRJ900s are now being prepared for operation by another airline, Eurowings says.

Flight Fleets Analyzer indicates that these aircraft were built in 2010-11.

Source: Cirium Dashboard