Eastern Airways (T3, Humberside) registered its first E190, its largest aircraft type yet, on May 14, 2021.

G-CLSN (msn 19000130) is owned by Meteor Aviation Investments and managed by Skyworld Aviation, and was last operated by Air Moldova, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows. The 13.5-year-old regional jet was ferried to Humberside on May 12, 2021, having spent the entire winter season in storage at Maastricht airport, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. Eastern Airways has yet to begin the operation of the Embraer jet.

The ch-aviation schedules module shows the British regional specialist plans to deploy the aircraft to Gibraltar from Birmingham, GB and Southampton. Flights to the British Overseas Territory began as planned on May 24, 2021, although the first services were operated with Eastern Airways' only E170.

Besides one E170 and one E190, the carrier also operates a fleet of turboprop aircraft comprising twelve Jetstream 41s and two ATR72-600s, as well as smaller Embraer jets: one E135 and two E145s.

Editorial Comment: The ownership of msn 19000130 was corrected. - 28.05.2021 - 15:46 UTC