Bae 146/Avro RJ85 Switzerland Pack for Transport Fever 2.
This livery pack includes 4 liveries worn by Swiss carriers Crossair (later Swiss) and Swissair. All are found as a variant of the vanilla BAe 146.
Crossair BAe 146-200
Crossair began operation of the BAe 146 in the summer of 1990. Both the 146 and Avro RJ were lovingly referred to as the ‘Jumbolino.’ The fleet was replaced a few years later by the updated RJ85/RJ100. Available 1990-1993.
Crossair Avro RJ85
HB-IXF was the first Avro RJ85 for Crossair replacing the older 146-200. It was repainted after the rebranding to Swiss in 2002. It was retired from the Swiss fleet in 2007. Available 1993-2002.
Swissair Express (Flightline) BAe 146-200
Between 1999 and 2001, British carrier Flightline operated the BAe 146 on behalf of Swissair. Available 1999-2001.
Swiss International Air Lines Avro RJ85
After Crossair’s acquisition of Swissair assets, the company rebranded as Swiss International Air Lines. This depicts the livery worn after the rebranding and before the RJ85 retirement in 2007. The RJ100 fleet remained until replacement by the CS300 in 2016. Available 2002-2007.
This livery pack requires my BAe 146-200/RJ85 Dependencies to be activated.