Air Mekong (2nd) (Phu Quoc, Vietnam) at the end of business today (February 28) suspended all operations as it restructures its fleet. The airline is planning to remove its Bombardier CRJ900s (above) and add two Airbus A321s.
Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. Air Mekong leases four Bombardier CRJ900s from partner SkyWest Airlines. Air Mekong’s aircraft are painted with the image of the Sarus Crane, a precious bird in Vietnam which symbolizes peace. Former MyAir CRJ900 (CL-600-2D24) EI-DUY (msn 15112) at Shannon became VN-A804 with Air Mekong.
Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. EI-DUY poses for the camera at Shannon after repainting.
Air Mekong (Ho Chi Minh City) is a new airline in Vietnam. Air Mekong will begin operations with four Bombardier CRJ900s. The pictured ex-Myair EI-DUY (msn 15112) was the first aircraft for the new carrier after repainting at Shannon yesterday (June 14). EI-DUU was also painted yesterday and will be followed by EI-DUM and EI-DUX.