Spain’s Air Europa will begin phasing out its Embraer E195 aircraft in 2021 as part of a strategy to transition to an all-Boeing fleet by 2023. The carrier, a division of Spanish tourism group Globalia Corp., operates a mixed fleet comprising Airbus A330-200s, Boeing 787s and 737-800s, and E195s. By 2023, Air Europa’s fleet will consist of 27 787s—a combination of -8s and -9s—and 34 737-family aircraft, according to a spokesperson. Air Europa had previously ...

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