First, congrats on a new delivery.
How is the E2-190 dispatch reliability now that they have seen months of duty? I'd love to see a comparison with the A220.
From this old thread:viewtopic.php?t=1399391
E-190s go out the door pricier than E-175s, but the E-175s are holding resale value better:
EMB175 – $10.8 – 28.3M, $115-235,000
EMB190 – $11.9 – 35.0M, $155-280,000
E1-190 cost about 24% more than E1-175 new, but resell (despite being newer) for only 10% more. I speculate this is due to the CF-34-10 being a problem engine while the CF-34-8 is pretty much bulletproof.
So how is the PW1900G performing in service? Has the avionics and subsystem changes produced the results Embraer was looking for? We're far enough into service to know.
This link provides an interesting story. Smaller planes have worse dispatch reliability. http://www.worldtek.com/wp-content/uplo ... 3-1345.pdf
Notice how expensive for a 737/A320 an uncontrolled missed dispatch costs (over $15,000). For a LCC, $19,000! So for this size, I would estimate about a $12,000 cost for a missed dispatch (other than weather). So 99% dispatch reliability adds $24,000 to $30,000 per month in costs. Improve that to 99.5% and it is $12,000 to $15,000 for an E2-190. How is the plane doing?
Note: Above 1% missed dispatch creates so many issues that the costs escalate much faster than the linear trend.
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