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Heron adds ERJ-145 to charter fleet
Heron Aviation expands its charter fleet with an Embraer ERJ-145, bringing larger size charter opportunities to the German operator’s clients.
The Embraer ERJ-145 is based at Munich airport in Germany.
Read this story in our November 2023 printed issue.

Heron Aviation has expanded its fleet with a semi-private Embraer ERJ-145 jet from Travelcoup. The aircraft, registration D-AMME, will fly under the company’s AOC in accordance with EASA OPS and has already been flying under this designation since the beginning of October. It is based at Munich airport in Germany.

During a complete refurbishment, the aircraft was fitted with 22 luxurious, leather seats with plenty of legroom. According to the flight schedule, the ERJ-145 operates commercially twice a week between Munich, Zurich and the popular Balearic Islands of Mallorca and Ibiza. To fly semi-private, individual seats in the luxurious jet can be booked through the Travelcoup company. This Embraer can also be chartered as a complete aircraft outside the fixed scheduled Balearic flights, meaning the ERJ-145 opens up possibilities in the charter segment for Heron Aviation, with its large number of seats, that could not be taken advantage of before.

Managing director Martin Helbling says: “With the expansion of our fleet, Heron, as a long-time experienced expert in charter flights, can dedicate itself to this additional customer segment for exclusive once-in-a-lifetime premium experiences. We look forward to offering this aircraft to our existing and expanded audience in partnership with Travelcoup.”

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