BermudAir leases two Embraer E175s from Azorra

Second-hand aircraft flew on FlyBe in the UK until 2020, when the airline suspended operations

The leasing company Azorra confirmed the lease of two Embraer E175 aircraft to BermudAir, an airline from the British island territory of Bermuda.

Of the two leased aircraft, the E175 with registration VQ-BLW is already in BermudAir’s possession.

The second E175 leased to the Bermuda company will receive registration VQ-BLU and should be delivered soon.

The two jets have been flying since 2012 with British airline Flybe, which went bankrupt in 2020. Until then, BermudAir operated with a single Embraer E190 jet.

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“We are pleased to partner with BermudAir to execute this unique opportunity in support of tourism in Bermuda and the travel needs of the local business community,” said John Evans, CEO of Azorra.

We believe the E175 is the perfect fit to add more dedicated scheduled flights, improving continental connectivity for Bermuda residents and those looking to visit.”


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