Congratulations Air Kiribati

On December 30th, Pacific carrier, Air Kiribati, took delivery of its first E190-E2 and the second aircraft shall be delivered in 2020.

As a turboprop operator, these are exciting times for Air Kiribati because it can now fly to key regional hubs in and around the Pacific. This will attract tourism and economic development.

Flying in the Pacific, over large bodies of water, requires outstanding range, performance, reliability and cargo capacity. Air Kiribati selection of the E190-E2 is yet another validation of the world’s most efficient single aisle jet.

Congratulations Air Kiribati

On December 30th, Pacific carrier, Air Kiribati, took delivery of its first E190-E2 and the second aircraft shall be delivered in 2020.

As a turboprop operator, these are exciting times for Air Kiribati because it can now fly to key regional hubs in and around the Pacific. This will attract tourism and economic development.

Flying in the Pacific, over large bodies of water, requires outstanding range, performance, reliability and cargo capacity. Air Kiribati selection of the E190-E2 is yet another validation of the world’s most efficient single aisle jet.

Air Kiribati’s main hub is Bonriki International Airport on the island of Tarawa.
It is 33 coral atolls spread over 3,4 million sqkm of ocean sitting in all four hemispheres.
The E190-E2 has a maximum range of 2,850 nautical miles, ideal for the vast distances of the Pacific.
Air Kiribati’s main hub is Bonriki International Airport on the island of Tarawa.
It is 33 coral atolls spread over 3,4 million sqkm of ocean sitting in all four hemispheres.
The E190-E2 has a maximum range of 2,850 nautical miles, ideal for the vast distances of the Pacific.