Embraer E190-E2 aircraft Embraer 

Embraer will deliver the first E190-E2 in April 2018

The Norwegian regional airline Widerøe will be the first to receive the aircraft. In April 2018 will be delivered the first E190-E2, the Brazilian manufacturer confirmed today during a press briefing in Athens. The first airline to receive the airplane will be Widerøe, that has three Embraer E190-E2s on firm order and purchase rights for 12 more, valued at $873 million dollars if the deal is fully exercised. John Slattery, president and chief executive officer of Embraer Commercial Aviation, said: “Since the program was launched, the first half of 2018 has been our target, and now…

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First aircraft of Jetsmart Chile JetSMART 

JetSMART, the new chilean low-cost airline received its first aircraft

The new Chilean low cost airline JetSMART has received an Airbus A320, the first of three that the company will fly. JetSMART is part of the portfolio of airline Indigo Partners of United States, expert operators in Europe and United States, and it promises to revolutionize the air market in Chile with super low prices. Its first airplane, an Airbus A320-232 CC-AWA, arrived on June 15th to the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL), in Santiago, where the company will have its base. The aircraft, coming from the facilities of Airbus in France, is characterized…

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Boeing 737 Max aircraft Boeing Malindo Air 

Boeing resumes 737 Max test flights and delivered the first aircraft

Boeing has resumed flying the 737 Max 8 on 12 May, two days after it revealed it had grounded the fleet to inspect the engines for a possible manufacturing flaw. A 737 Max 8 test aircraft was tracked taking off from Boeing’s flight test centre in Seattle at 12:14pm, according to FlightAware. In addition, yesterday, the center of deliveries of Boeing on Boeing Field, in Seattle has been the scene of the first delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX, finally has been the Malaysian airline Malindo Air. The first route of…

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