Amaszonas Uruguay (Z7, Montevideo) has taken delivery of its first E190LR following the delivery of CX-IVO (msn 19000477) at Montevideo airport on December 13, 2019.

RadarBox24 ADS-B data indicates that the 8.2-year-old unit owned by CDB Aviation was ferried from Clark via Colombo Int'l, Muscat, Alexandria Borg el Arab, Tunis, Sal Amilcar Cabral Int'l, and Natal Aluizio Alves to Montevideo over the course of December 7-13. The aircraft was previously operated by China Southern Airlines (CZ, Guangzhou).

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Amaszonas Uruguay - which is in the process of being rebranded as Amas Uruguay and is a subsidiary of Amaszonas/Amas Bolivia - has so far operated one active CRJ200LR to run flights between Montevideo and Buenos Aires Aeroparque. A second unit of the type is in long-term storage.

The parent Bolivian unit started renewing its fleet of seven CRJ200s in September 2019. Ams Bolivia currently has three active E190s and expects deliveries of a further two units shortly.