Luxair has bought a Boeing 737-800 from airberlin and will decide on a 737-700 replacement next year, with the Embraer E190-E2 or Bombardier CSeries CS100/CS300 in the running. At the start of 2015, Luxair operated a scheduled fleet of seven Bombardier Q400s, six Embraer ERJ-145s, two 737-700s and three 737-800s, although the -800s are primarily operated by the group’s holiday arm LuxairTours. Since then, it has retired three ERJ-145s and—on Oct. 15—it bought a Boeing ...

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