Airline NewsMiscellaneous SpottingNorth America American Eagle retiring Embraer 135 by Matt Falcus September 13, 2013 written by Matt Falcus September 13, 2013 American Eagle is to retire its fleet of Embraer 135 aircraft on 20th November. The fleet has been slowly reduced recently, with the remaining aircraft put up for sale. The final route is not yet known. 135american eagleembembraererjlast flightretirement 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Matt Falcus previous post United add Edinburgh – Chicago flights next post Transavia to lease Air Transat 737s You may also like The Final Airbus A380 Airframe Has Been Assembled September 24, 2020 Fiji Airways Retires Its 737-700 to Northern England September 24, 2020 No Truth in Rossiya Purchasing BA 747s September 23, 2020 11 Airlines Gone but Sometimes Resurrected September 15, 2020 Lufthansa to Retire Boeing 747 and A380 Fleets September 12, 2020 Might We All Be Flying the Celera 500... September 8, 2020 Which Airports Does the 747 Fly To? September 7, 2020 Aerolineas Argentinas Adds Retro Jet September 5, 2020 New Airliners September 2020 September 4, 2020 10 Most Expensive Plane Tickets around the World August 24, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.