Showing posts with label E195. Show all posts
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22 September, 2023

Alaska Airlines unveils two new special sports team livery jets...

This autumn Alaska Airlines has painted not one, but two new aircraft with the colours of local sports teams. The two new aircraft show off the relationship the carrier has with Washington State University (WSU) and the University of Washington (UW).  

The Embraer E175 “Go Cougs” aircraft will take to the skies this Saturday, 23rd September from Seattle to Pullman ahead of WSU’s matchup against the Oregon State Beavers. 

On 3rd October the “Go Dawgs” special UW-themed aircraft will be introduced to fans departing Seattle to Portland. 

 "Since launching our first university-themed livery almost 20 years ago, we know that few things get local fans as excited as seeing their school’s colours on the side of the hometown airlines’ aeroplanes," said Joe Sprague, Horizon Air president.  

28 June, 2023

AerCap agree lease deal with Airlink for three Embraer E195-E1 Aircraft with

AerCap Holdings has confirmed today the lease placements with Southern African regional carrier, Airlink,  for three used Embraer E195 aircraft. The first aircraft was delivered in March, while the second and third aircraft are scheduled for delivery in July 2023.  

"We are very pleased to welcome Airlink as a new customer to AerCap with the lease of three E195 aircraft," said Peter Anderson, the Chief Commercial Officer of AerCap. "We wish all the team at Airlink every success and look forward to working with them for many years to come."

"Airlink is on a steady growth path, expanding its network, schedule and market share.  With AerCap's support on these leases, we will be able to maintain this upward trajectory. The efficiencies derived from continuity across our fleet will help us contain costs and continue providing great value and affordable air travel to our customers." said Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster.

22 May, 2021

You'll be able to feel the Breeze from May U.S. airline set to launch.

It has been a while in the planning and now a new airline is breezing into operation from a management team that has a rich history and a wealth of knowledge of the aviation and hospitality industries.

Breeze Airways is a new airline that plans to merge technology with kindness and provide a route network between underserved cities across the U.S. at affordable fares. The new startup says seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app is what will set it apart from its competitors.  

The Breeze leadership team is made up of:

David Neeleman, Breeze founder and CEO, is a serial airline entrepreneur. He’s the only person we can think of who has launched four successful airline start-ups (Azul, JetBlue, Westjet and Morris Air) and who, with Breeze, is now on his fifth.

Tom Anderson, Chief Operating Officer, who is leading Breeze’s operations, having worked previously at Azul, Virgin America, JetBlue, Airbus and Boeing.

Lukas Johnson, Chief Commercial Officer, who is overseeing marketing and route strategy, coming to Breeze from Allegiant.

Trent Porter, Chief Financial Officer, who is looking after all things financial, coming to us from Allegiant and US Airways.

John Varley, Chief People Officer and General Counsel, looking after legal and human resources, previously with Virgin America, Delta and ExpressJet.

Amy Curtis-McIntyre, brand management and marketing advisor, formerly at JetBlue, Airbnb, Hyatt and Virgin Atlantic.

19 October, 2018

Embraer delivers 15 commercial and 24 executive jets during the third quarter

During the third quarter of 2018 planemaker Embraer delivered 15 jets to the commercial aviation market and 24 business jets, being 17 light jets and 7 large jets. On September 30, Embraer's firm order backlog totalled USD13.6 billion.

10 December, 2017

Belavia to Add a Further E195 to its Embraer Fleet

 Embraer and Belavia, Belarusian Airlines, the national carrier of Belarus, announced during the week a further firm order for one current generation E195 jet for delivery in 2018. The firm order, with a list price value of USD 53.5 million, will be included in Embraer's 2017 fourth-quarter backlog.

"To receive a further order so soon after announcing their last order is a great source of pride for Embraer. It confirms that our aircraft and the team that supports them are delivering significant value to Belavia and their customers. Belavia's success continues, their traffic has grown 20% year on year, and Embraer is ready to support further fleet growth and renewal," said Martyn Holmes, Embraer Vice President Sales and Marketing for Europe, Middle East, and CIS.