First picture of Aero’s Dash 8-Q400

Aero’s first Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 (5N-BPU; ex-G-JEDO) emerged from the paint shop in Norwich. The ten year-old aircraft was previously operated by Flybe. Aero already operates a fixed-wing fleet of six B737-400s, six B737-500s and a single Dash 8-Q300.

Aero - Dash 8-Q400 - 5N-BPU (copyright FlyingAnts)

Aero – Dash 8-Q400 – 5N-BPU (copyright FlyingAnts)

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6 responses to “First picture of Aero’s Dash 8-Q400”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Does it look better in aero colours compared to Arik colours?

  2. Anonymous says :

    Plane left Norwich this evening

  3. Anonymous says :

    Thanks for the nice pictures! I tried to check Exeter arrivals yesterday but wasn’t able to spot her.
    I believe she’s flying to Lagos from there?
    I know helicopters do the West coast route during ferry flights but as the Q400 is quick I wonder if they will cross the Sahara

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