Shandong Airlines (SC, Jinan) has completed the phase out of its CRJ200 fleet with its last five remaining airframes having now been parked based on ch-aviation analysis of the carrier's schedules. As previously reported, the five twinjets, along with Shandong's last two remaining B737-300s, were all scheduled to be replaced with a fleet of ten new B737-800s sourced directly from Boeing (BOE, Washington National).

The Chinese carrier's last two remaining CRJ700s are destined to go to Qingdao Airlines (QW, Qingdao Jiaodong) later this year.