Henan Airlines fleet sent to the UK

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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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