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British Aerospace BAe-146-300 (N612AW)
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British Aerospace BAe-146-300 (N612AW)



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Its a nice looking craft, but 4 engines is kinda odd for a small regional carrier. The CRJ 200, 700, and 900 got better range with 2. After the recent crash involving this craft, I honestly don't believe its safe as stated.
Now, hang on a minute there Joe, that aircraft near Medellin just plain ran out of fuel! The Queen of England flies in her own Bae 146, so that has to count for a lot. The CRJ series need a longer runway length than a 146, but they cruise at a faster true airspeed. A case of horses for different courses...
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The 18 Bae 146 Air Wisconsin operated had a good safety record. They were driven away by way of airline politics and economics.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
07-Sep-2021 UnknownCarson City ()Carson City () 09:31AM PDT 10:00AM PDT 0:29
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