Air Europa to phase out all Embraer E195 jets in its fleet


Palma - Spanish budget carrier Air Europa will phase out its eleven E195LR that are currently operated by its regional subsidiary Air Europa Express.

From 2021, Air Europa is planning to completely phase out its Embraer E195LRs as part of its transformation process to an all-Boeing fleet.

Air Europa currently operates a Boeing fleet that consists of 21 Boeing 737-800. The airline also has twenty Boeing 737-8 on its backlog waiting to be delivered.

The Spanish airline operator will also retire its ten A330-200s and two A330-300s by 2023 upon the arrival of new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. From 2023, the carrier will be operating exclusively Boeing widebodies in its long-haul fleet.

To date, Air Europa operates eight Boeing 787-8 and two Boeing 787-9 and expects a further seven Boeing 787-9 more over time.