Henan Airlines fleet sent to the UK


Henan Airlines fleet of four Embraer 190's has arrived in the UK for storage. Exeter Airport in the southwest of England is currently home to numerous stored E-Jets, the location most likely chosen due to the co-located FlyBe engineering facility.

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The first photo shows one of the four ex-Henan aircraft at Exeter, whilst the second picture is of FlyNonStop's sole aircraft, which arrived when the carrier ceased operations at the end of October.

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