Pictures: New Indian carrier Flyeasy’s first Embraer E190

Soon to be launched regional airline Flyeasy’s first aircraft is out of the paint-shop with the airlines livery. After some tracing we believe the aircraft is ex-VP-CQZ (MSN 19000217) which is leased from flynas. The aircraft is a six year old Embraer ERJ-190. The aircraft will most likely be registered VT-VVA. The aircraft is powered by two General Electric CF34 engines and will seat 110 passengers in 28 rows.

The airline will be based at Bangalore and will likely fly to Bhuvanehswar, Bagdogra, Ranchi, Varanasi and Pune.

About Vedant Agarwal

A frequent flyer for both work and pleasure - Vedant has held elite status on many of the major alliances and airlines. Also an avid aviation photographer, his pictures have been published in and on the covers of many international publications.

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  1. Its nice to see lot of regional carriers entering into the Indian market when the oil price is at its lowest. But there are many regional airports which are under served or not served at all by any regional carriers for example Salem City in TN, which can attract lot of business travelers. This city is an economic hub for central Tamil Nadu. Carriers should also think of 30-50 seater aircrafts for these Tier 2, Tier 3 cities and also govt should give lot of perks on these airports to attract carriers. Indian aviation Ministry should learn a lot from the EU models to make this industry more lucrative and viable.