16 October, etc.venues Monument
30 October, JW Marriott Grosvenor House
1st November 2023, etc.venues County Hall
AVRO”S RJX prototype has made its last flight, arriving at Manchester International Airport where it will form the centrepiece of a new static aircraft display to be opened later this year. Originally designated the DH146, and first flown in 1981, the HS 146, BAe 146 AVRO RJX and finally AVRO RJX has led a charmed life, loved by some airlines, and hated by others (not usually the operators). It is still flown in large numbers by British Airways, Air France and Lufthansa affiliates, a tribute to its online accomplishments. A total of 394 of all versions (including three RJX) were built and it can be argued that the success of London City Airport today could not have been achieved without the 146. It had American engines.