Embraer makes ‘triple delivery’ of E195-E2 jets to Binter Canarias

Aircraft with registration EC-OEP, EC-OEC and EC-OEB took off on Thursday from the company’s headquarters at short intervals towards the Canary Islands

Embraer once again made multiple deliveries of its commercial jets to just one customer at the end of the year. On Thursday, December 28th, three E195-E2s from Binter Canarias were heading towards the islands in the Atlantic Ocean separated by small intervals of time.

The aircraft with registrations EC-OEB, EC-OEC and EC-OEP will join the E195-E2 that had been delivered on December 19 and are part of the airline’s additional order for 11 jets.

With the four new aircraft, Binter’s E195-E2 fleet will almost double in size in less than a month, reaching nine jets. The carrier intends to expand its routes from the Canary Islands to Europe.

Binter was one of the airline’s first customers for the E195-E2, which can carry up to 146 passengers but is configured with 132 seats. The first of its planes was delivered in November 2019 and since then four more jets have been received.

Porter Airlines two first E195-E2 (Embraer)

As has been common in December, manufacturers such as Boeing, Airbus and Embraer are accelerating deliveries in order to reach their targets.

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In December last year, the Brazilian manufacturer had already sent several E195-E2s to Canada in a short space of time, after delivering the first jets to Porter Airlines.

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