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Virgin Australia to remove five Embraer E190s from fleet, reaffirms guidance for full year profit

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Virgin Australia says it plans to work its fleet harder in calendar 2016 after announcing the withdrawal of five Embraer E190s, as the airline group reaffirmed a return to profitability for the full 2015/16 financial year. The 98-seat E190 fleet will be reduced to 13, from 18 currently, by September 2016, Virgin said in its 2015/16 first half financial results on Thursday. The E190 disposals would be covered through increased utilisation of the airline’s Boeing 737-800 fleet, Virgin said. Virgin… (australianaviation.com.au) More...

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tedbrussels3001
Still trying to figure out why they stored two B738'S at YMML that still awaiting there fate have not entered back into service since being stored there in 2015

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