Scoot (TR, Singapore Changi) took delivery of its first E190-E2 at a handover ceremony on April 11, 2024, at the Embraer facility at São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf Airport. The aircraft is presently registered as PR-EEW (msn 19020127) and is the first of nine regional jets the Singapore Airlines Group subsidiary expects to receive between now and the end of 2025.

After the delivery ceremony, ADS-B flight tracking data shows the aircraft ferried to Singapore via Gran Canaria, Athens, Baku Heydar Aliev International, Hyderabad International, and Phuket, landing at its new base on April 15. It is expected to begin revenue operations on May 7 on the Singapore-Krabi and Singapore-Hat Yai routes. Scoot is expected to take delivery of its second E2 later this month; it is the first Singapore-based carrier to operate the type.

"The E190-E2 jets are crucial to our overall network growth strategy," said Scoot CEO Leslie Thng at the handover event. "The delivery of the first Embraer reflects our confidence in the demand for air travel and our commitment to connect our customers to more destinations."

Last year, when signing the deal with Azorra Aviation to lease the nine aircraft, Scoot said it would use them to service existing and new routes to non-metro airports around Southeast Asia. In addition to using the aircraft to replace other types on the exiting routes to Krabi and Hat Yai, Scoot has also confirmed the E190 will take over some or all frequencies on the Singapore-Kuantan and Singapore-Miri city pairs and launch new routes to Koh Samui and Sibu.