Panama-based Copa Holdings will remove its last 15 Embraer E190s over the next 18 months—three years earlier than planned—as the company accelerates its shift to an all-Boeing 737 fleet. Copa Holdings is the parent company of Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia and Bogota-based LCC Wingo. Copa ended the 2019 third-quarter with 103 aircraft in its consolidated fleet, including 68 Boeing 737-800s, 14 737-700s, 15 E190s and six grounded 737 MAX 9s. The company has not taken ...

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