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Greg Hyde 9th November 2020 07:45 AM

1st QQ E190 added to reg as UYZ on 03/11

Greg Hyde 19th November 2020 10:08 AM

Embraer 190 AR 190.00098 HP-1563CMP Copa Airlines ferried 18nov20 PTY-SJO, for Alliance Airlines ex PT-SNS

Greg Hyde 22nd November 2020 11:29 AM

Embraer 190 AR 190.00212 N932QQ TVPX Aircraft Solutions regd 20nov20, parked at SJO, for Alliance Airlines ex HP-1568CMP

Greg Hyde 1st December 2020 07:19 PM

Embraer 190 AR 190.00098 N998QQ TVPX Aircraft Solutions regd 30nov20 at SJO prior delivery to Alliance Airlines ex HP-1563CMP

Greg Hyde 7th December 2020 01:16 PM

Painting an Alliance E190

Dylan Hardie 9th December 2020 02:11 PM

Out of the paint shop on the 2nd Dec N974QQ should make her way over soon. Ex HP-1567CMP

Greg Hyde 18th December 2020 10:03 AM

Embraer 190 LR 190.00174 VH- Alliance Airlines delivery 15-16dec20 SJO-SDM-BNA, N-reg ex N974QQ

Dylan Hardie 18th December 2020 08:34 PM

According to Southern Cross it's gone to Nashville for repairs with Embraer. No new date or time set for attempt 2

Greg Hyde 19th December 2020 10:28 AM

Alliance Aviation signs for another 16 E190s

Alliance Aviation has signed for 16 Embraer 190 aircraft and one spare GE Aviation CF34 engine from US-based Jetran LLC in a A$85 million ($65 million) deal, marking the completion of its short-term fleet expansion plans.

The operator plans to fund the transaction through a mixture of existing cash facilities, operating cash flows and debt, it said today in a disclosure to the Australian Securities Exchange.


Source: Embraer

Alliance Aviation first announced its acquisition of Embraer E190s in August.

“Alliance has again taken advantage of its strong financial position and current market conditions to acquire these quality aircraft at compelling value,” managing director Scott McMillan states.

“The 100-seat jet aircraft market globally will rebound quickly as carriers look to focus on total trip costs rather than traditional metrics.”

According to Alliance, the aircraft were previously operated by American Airlines and are configured with 99 seats across two classes. Alliance will receive these over an 11-month period, starting with five this month and one a month until November 2021.

“This additional capacity will be deployed to capture several growth opportunities across Australia including contract flying and wet- and dry-lease operations,” Alliance states.

Alliance announced on 3 August that it was acquiring 14 E190s from US-based lessor Azorra Aviation, along with six spare CF34 engines. The agreement, which includes options to acquire another five E190s, as well as a full flight simulator and other training equipment, was valued at $79.4 million.

The aircraft from Azorra were due to deliver progressively over eight months commencing September 2020.

McMillan states in the 18 December disclosure: “This transaction completes Alliance’s short-term fleet expansion strategy and while the Azzora transaction included options for five additional aircraft, these options will now not be exercised.”

Alliance further states that the E190 simulator in the Azzora transaction is currently in transit to Brisbane and will be utilised for most of the initial and all recurrent pilot training.

Total of 30 E190's

James Smith 19th December 2020 10:31 AM

Alliance Airlines has ordered 16 additional E190s.


Alliance Airlines will bolster its fledgling jet fleet with the purchase of 16 Embraer E190s, on top of the 14 already ordered from Copa Airlines.

The E190s, previously flown by American Airlines and retired in April this year, have been snared in an $85 million deal which also includes one spare engine.

Alliance will take delivery of the first five jets this month, and then one per month will be handed over across January to November 2021.

The E190s will arrive in American's 99-seat configuration of

8 business class seats (in a 2-1 arrangement) with 36" pitch
4 extra-legroom economy seats (at the exit row) with 34" pitch
80 economy seats with 31-32" pitch
That makes the price for each aircraft less than $6 million.

Source and full story: Executive Traveller

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