Atlantic Airways is looking to divest one of its three A319s starting in early 2015 and possibly lease a second one out on a temporary basis as it implements its new North strategy, which targets higher frequencies with smaller aircraft to destinations in Northern Europe and the U.K. The 144-seat A319 will be replaced with a leased regional aircraft beginning in spring 2015. The airline is considering a 50-seat Embraer 145 or Bombardier CRJ200, or a 70-seat Bombardier Dash 8 ...

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