Flybe, which is undergoing a wide-ranging restructuring, has brought in Cabot Aviation to place five of its Embraer E-195LRs. The UK regional carrier has 14 E-195s, delivered from various lessors in 2007-08. In February, Flybe detailed plans to phase out its entire E-195 fleet from its scheduled operations and replace them with up to 16 Bombardier or ATR turboprops. Of these, 10 will be deployed on scheduled services and the remaining six will be used for contract flying. In a statement, ...

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