Brussels Airlines (SN, Brussels National) has announced it will end commercial ARJ-100 operations with the onset of the Winter 2017/18 season.

The Lufthansa Group unit said in a statement the type's last flight has been scheduled for Saturday, October 28, as flight SN2720 Geneva-Brussels National.

According to the ch-aviation aircraft database, Brussels Airlines has operated a total of twenty-four ARJ-100s over the years, all of which were ex-Delta Air Transport (QG, Brussels National) stock. At present, the fleet is down to just three aircraft used on shorthaul regional European flights from Brussels to Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Denmark, Poland, Czechia, and Sweden.

With the BAe Systems quadjets' retirement, Brussels Airlines has based its regional jet fleet on wet-leased capacity including three SSJ 100/95s sourced from CityJet (WX, Dublin Int'l) and two ERJ-145s sourced from bmi regional (BM, Aberdeen Dyce).