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  • First Air Caraibes Embraer 190 (pics)

    The first Air Caraibes Embraer 190 came to town...




    First shots on the web, of the first Embraer 190 delivered to Air Caraibes. Departing on its inaugural flight conecting now San JosÚ with Pointe Ó Pitre, Fort de France, and Paris. Arrives to SJO on tuesdays and thursdays as TX250/1

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  • #2
    So it's done, Air Caraibes has started the service. Most of the psgrs connect to/from Orly. The transatlantic part is undertaken by the 332/333s
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    • #3
      How many 190's is on the way to Air Caraibes ?

      ^^Beautiful, just as sleek as the B757.
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      • #4
        I think two
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        • #5
          A beautiful bird...congrats to Air Caraibes!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by uy707
            I think two
            Indeed two. The first one was delivered a week ago (Dec 5). Regarding the second one, there is no info yet, though

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            • #7
              Great looking aircraft. I like Air Carabies c/s in that it is very nice. I wish them the best of luck with the aircraft type, and hope to see them launch new services soon. But, with only two aircraft, I can assume that the expansion is going to be limited.
              Whatever is necessary, is never unwise.

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              • #8
                Air Caraibes at times considered replacing the single ERJ175 and the unique smaller 145 with those. I don't know if they will implement this plan, let's see what will come next.
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