Aérea of Bolivia has added its first Embraer E-Jet to its fleet.
is using the new E190 aircraft to fly between Santa Cruz de la Sierra’s Viru Viru Airport and La Paz.
Amaszonas has ordered a total of six E190s
and plans to use them on several domestic and international routes
“We have been working with
Amaszonas for a long-time. To see the E190 flying in the airline’s
colors is really rewarding for Embraer,” said Reinaldo Krugner,
Vice President, Latin America & Caribbean, Embraer Commercial
Aviation. “The E190 is the ideal aircraft to support the airline’s
growing capacity in a very disciplined way. Amaszonas is taking
advantage of the E190’s low operating cost.”
Amaszonas' first two
E190s have been leased from GECAS and are configured with 112 seats in a
single class layout. The other four aircraft will be leased from
CDB Leasing and have 110 seats in a single class layout.
airline will also operate the E190s at Montevideo’s Carrasco
International Airport in the future.
“The range of the E190
allows us to replace our smaller regional jets and support our
expansion plans in Bolivia and Uruguay,” Sergio de Urioste,
President & CEO of Amaszonas Línea Aérea. “Our E-Jets give us the
flexibility we need to add more frequencies and destinations. We
know our passengers are going to love the comfort of the E190
Embraer and Amaszonas have also signed a Flight
Hour Pool Program agreement until 2024 to provide repairable
component support for the carrier’s fleet of up to six E190s. The
multiyear program features both the Pool Program and repair
management services for the carrier’s fleet of E-Jets, including
material services engineering and advanced component exchanges
from Embraer’s spare parts distribution center in Fort Lauderdale,