Air France HOP! Embraer E190

Air France will renew the main cabin of its Embraer 190 jets

Regional aircraft are operated by HOP! and will now have seats similar to those used on the Airbus A220. First updated jet will be available in fall 2024

Air France has confirmed on Thursday that it will upgrade the main cabins of its fleet of Embraer E190 regional jets.

Operated by the subsidiary HOP!, the planes will have a redesigned interior in Air France colors, including walls and carpet.

Furthermore, the jets will feature carbon fiber and titanium seats similar to those equipped on the Airbus A220.

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The first Embraer 190 will be sent to the Clermont-Ferrand facility after the summer season. The aircraft will fly again with HOP! from autumn 2024.

Air France A220-300 main cabin (Air France)

THE HOP! operates a fleet of 21 E190s in addition to 13 E170s, which were not included in the refurbishment project.

Air France, however, has not released images of what the 100-seat jets will look like.

According to the airline, the new interior will be presented at the Aircraft Interiors Expo, in Hamburg, Germany, an event that brings together aviation professionals to discuss innovations in cabin interiors.


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