Scoot Embraer E190-E2 in Singapore

Second Scoot E190-E2 also arrived in Singapore

Aircraft registration 9V-THB was delivered by Embraer at the end of April, two weeks after the delivery ceremony of the first jet

Scoot, a low-cost airline linked to Singapore Airlines, already has two E190-E2s. The second aircraft of the type was delivered by Embraer at the end of April and subsequently flew to the country.

Named “Small Yella Fella“, the E190-E2 with registration 9V-THB joined the first jet, 9V-THA (Explorer 3.0), which had been delivered on April 11 in a ceremony at Embraer’s headquarters in Brazil .

In total, Scoot will have nine aircraft of the type, configured with 112 seats. The remaining seven jets will be delivered by the end of 2025 by Azorra, which leased the E190-E2.

Scoot Embraer E190-E2 9V-THB (Social media)

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To fly from Brazil to Singapore, the aircraft needs to make five technical stops for refueling. The stops took place in Recife, Las Palmas, Athens, Dubai and Hyderabad, India, before landing at its final destination.

The airline’s teams have been carrying out several daily flights with the aircraft for familiarization purposes, as flight records show.

Scoot Embraer E190-E2 in Singapore (Scoot)

Scoot has a mixed fleet with Airbus A320neo and A321neo and the Boeing 787, in addition to the E190-E2, which will debut its first flights from May 7th.

Among the destinations where the new aircraft will be operated are Koh Samui, Sibu, Hat Yai, Kuantan, Krabi and Miri, in Malaysia and Thailand.

The Singaporean carrier is the first operator of the E2 family in Southeast Asia.


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