03 February 2020, Monday 12:47:43

Amaszonas Uruguay to deploy E190 on Montevideo-Buenos Aires service

Two months after the delivery of its first Embraer 190, Amaszonas Uruguay, Uruguay’s sole airline, outlined the initial network to be undertaken by its new aircraft, adding it to its distribution system.

Two months after the delivery of its first Embraer 190, Amaszonas Uruguay, Uruguay’s sole airline, outlined the initial network to be undertaken by its new aircraft, adding it to its distribution system.

The airline, which currently owns two Bombardier CRJ-200s — one of which is stored — plans to basically replace the Canadian regional jet starting March 2, benefitting from the larger capacity and lower unit costs of the E-Jet. Amaszonas’ E190 has 112 seats, more than twice the CRJ’s 50.

Amaszonas Uruguay currently serves Asunción in Paraguay, Buenos Aires/Aeroparque in Argentina, and Santa Cruz de La Sierra in Bolivia with daily operations. The Embraer will also allow the route to Buenos Aires to count with a second daily frequency on weekdays.

The airline also announced it plans to add a second Embraer 190 and to start flying to Brazil by mid-year, according to Uruguayan periodic El Observador.

Amaszonas Uruguay to deploy E190 on Montevideo-Buenos Aires service

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