After announcing the lease of three new E195-E2 type aircraft from Air Cap, the air carrier TUI Belgium has revealed that the three new aircraft recently joining its fleet will be based at Antwerp airport.
Each of the devices; feature a 132-seat configuration; can be operated and deployed on flights serving the various destinations of the TUI Belgium network in Europe, or can also be used to operate flights on new regional and international lines departing from the city located in the north of the European country from West.
TUIFly Belgium has also announced that the E195-E2, which are considered to be the most powerful devices in this range, can be operated on the longest lines, such as those connecting Belgium to countries in North America and the Middle East.
At first, the Belgian airline intends to deploy its three new aircraft on the air routes connecting its Antwerp hub to Malaga at the rate of eight weekly frequencies, and Alicante at the rate of six connections per week including Corvera, the other Spanish destination. benefiting from two flights per week.
Its other destinations which will be operated from this month in E195-E2 are Nador and Tangier in Morocco, at the rate of two frequencies per week.