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F-HBXN Embraer E170LR

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Embraer E170LR




20 years

Last Seen

Yesterday (AF1714)





AF7744Tomorrow07:15BIQBiarritzAJAAjaccio Scheduled
AF1592Today18:25LYSLyonBIQBiarritz Scheduled
AF1489Today16:00NTENantesLYSLyon Scheduled
AF1628Today14:05LYSLyonNTENantes Scheduled
AF1707Today12:25TLSToulouseLYSLyon Scheduled
AF1714Yesterday18:25LYSLyonTLSToulouse Landed
AF9374Yesterday17:10CDGParisLYSLyon Landed
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the registration number of this aircraft?

The registration number of this Embraer aircraft is F-HBXN.

Which airline owns this aircraft?

This aircraft is owned by Air France Hop.

What is the type and model of this aircraft?

The F-HBXN of Air France Hop is a Embraer E170LR.

What are the recent destinations and history of this aircraft?

The recent destinations of this F-HBXN Embraer are:

  • AF7744 from Biarritz (BIQ) to Ajaccio (AJA)
  • AF1592 from Lyon (LYS) to Biarritz (BIQ)
  • AF1489 from Nantes (NTE) to Lyon (LYS)
  • AF1628 from Lyon (LYS) to Nantes (NTE)
  • AF1707 from Toulouse (TLS) to Lyon (LYS)
  • AF1714 from Lyon (LYS) to Toulouse (TLS)
  • AF9374 from Paris (CDG) to Lyon (LYS)
  • AF9350 from Warsaw (WAW) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF9355 from Clermont-Ferrand (CFE) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF9352 from Paris (CDG) to Warsaw (WAW)
  • AF7439 from Bordeaux (BOD) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF7438 from Paris (CDG) to Bordeaux (BOD)
  • AF1453 from Gothenburg (GOT) to Paris (CDG)
  • AF1452 from Paris (CDG) to Gothenburg (GOT)
  • AF1193 from Basel (BSL) to Paris (CDG)

How old is this aircraft?

This Embraer aircraft of Air France Hop is 20 years old.

The safety of aircraft is always a priority for Air France Hop, regardless of the age of the aircraft. This Embraer of 20 years is safe and is not yet due for retirement. Moreover, the interior is often upgraded with new seats more than a new aircraft is ordered, for extra comfort.