This weekend, between October 17th and 18th, Embraer made another batch delivery with flights of three E175 E1s for the American regional airline Mesa Airlines. The three aircraft will fly the company’s offered services to United Express, United Airlines’ regional route.
According to information from FlightRadar24 and aircraft registration databases, the jets took off in São José dos Campos, followed by stopovers in Manaus, St. John (Antigua and Barbuda) and then in Fort Lauderdale and finally in Houston in the USA. US. The dates were:
1 – Registration N82386: Delivery October 17th
2 – Registration N85369: Delivery October 17th
3 – Registration N85370: Delivery October 18th (flight in progress when this article was written).
From its Houston base, the three jets will fly over the American Midwest on flights marketed by United Airlines. Regional carrier Mesa Airlines has the prospect of operating more than 80 e-jets, 63 of which are in the current fleet (counting three from this weekend) and nearly 20 new ones are on the way in the coming months. These aircraft have between 70 and 76 seats in a two class configuration.