Embraer has delivered Japan Airlines 10th E190, bringing the total number of E-Jets operated by the Japan Airlines subsidiary airline to 27.
“We welcome the 10th E190 to the J-AIR family and we look forward to expanding J-AIR’s operations of the E190 on domestic routes mainly from Osaka (Itami) and Tokyo (Haneda) to deliver greater customer convenience and comfort to our customers,” said Tetsuya Onuki, President of J-AIR.
“The E190 fleet has demonstrated a very high service reliability, enabling us to deliver on our on-time promise to customers.”
J-AIR’s first E190 started revenue flights in May 2016. By its twelfth month of operations, the E190 fleet recorded a service reliability of 99.85%. J-AIR’s E190 fleet is based at the airline’s Osaka (Itami) base and features a dual-class arrangement with 95 seats.
Including J-AIR’s 10th E190, there are 38 E-Jets currently in Japan, operated by J-AIR and Fuji Dream Airlines.