Jetairfly, the Belgium operation of European vacation company TUI travel, has taken delivery of its first new Embraer 190 and will put the aircraft in commercial operations on March 5. The airline, which is leasing two E-190s from Singapore-based lessor BOC Aviation, also will receive its second 112-seat, single cabin E-Jet in the coming weeks as part of a fleet renewal plan that is scheduled to add a Boeing 787 in the fourth quarter to replace a Boeing 767. Last summer, Jetairfly, ...


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