Cologne: Two more Embraer 190 arrived at German Airways

Embraer 190 (Photo: German Airways).
Embraer 190 (Photo: German Airways).

Cologne: Two more Embraer 190 arrived at German Airways

Embraer 190 (Photo: German Airways).
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The airline German Airways has taken delivery of another Embraer 190 regional jet. It is the current N329NC, which was transferred this week from Macon via Bangor and Keflavik to Cologne/Bonn.

The Brazilian-made aircraft bears the serial number 19000329 and was originally delivered to Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras. For this carrier this Embraer 190, owned by Nordic Aviation Capital, was in the air as PR-AZG. 

Another newcomer is the Embraer 190 with the current registration M-ABOZ. This regional jet bears the serial number 19000189 and was originally delivered to the now defunct Baboo. The aircraft was then used by Trip, Azul and BA Cityflyer. The Regiojet leased from Nordic Aviation Capital was in the air with the British operator as G-LCYY. The two leased aircraft joining the German Airways fleet will soon be entered in the German aviation register. The Zeitfracht subsidiary is expanding the fleet this year, as the company confirmed to Aviation.Direct.

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