National Jet Express Embraer E190

Embraer E190 will debut new flight between Perth and Adelaide, Australia

Rex Group announced new route from June 28th using aircraft from the fleet of the subsidiary National Jet Express

Embraer’s E-Jets have been a late success in Australia. Although the Virgin group received its first regional jets in 2007, by 2018 all approximately 22 aircraft had been removed from service.

In 2020, however, the Alliance Aviation decided to introduce the E190 type due to the difficulty in obtaining used Fokker 100 jets on the market, then its main aircraft.

Since then, the group has accumulated 38 E190s in its fleet, some of which operate for QantasLink. And there are at least 27 aircraft to be incorporated in the future.

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There is also Airnorth, with three E170s and another three E190s in wet-leasing with Alliance, and also National Jet Express, a charter airline based in Brisbane.

National Jet, after being acquired by Rex Airlines last year, will supply its E190s for its owner to launch a flight between Perth and Adelaide from June 28th.

Rex Airlines Boeing 737-800 (Bidgee)

12th domestic route

National Jet Express has seven E190s, the most recent of which was delivered in March. According to Rex, the flight will occur three times a week and will be the carrier’s 12th domestic route.

For Rex, which has a fleet of Boeing 737-800 jets and Saab 340 turboprops, the E-Jet means offering an aircraft with intermediate capacity (110 seats), good internal space and range to cover the approximately 2,000 km that separate the two cities in South Australia.

In addition to the E190s, National Jet has Dash 8 turboprops and also BAe 146-300QT freighter jets.

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