The order follows the signing of a 12-year capacity purchase deal between American Airlines and Republic Airways Holdings for the regional-airline holding company to acquire 53 Embraer 175 jets, all branded with the newly revealed American Eagle livery and operated by Republic Airlines.

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Ireland-based leasing company Aldus Aviation Limited has placed a firm order for five Embraer 175 and 15 Embraer 190 commercial jets. The contract also includes purchase rights for 15 additional aircraft of any Embraer E-Jets family model.

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Each aircraft will be configured in a single-class layout with 84 seats. This order brings the total number of aircraft in Fuji Dream Airlines’ all-Embraer E-Jets fleet to eight.

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Delivery of the first used Embraer 170 will be made in the second quarter of 2013 and delivery of the first new Embraer 190 in the third quarter. All six aircraft are due for delivery to Azerbaijan Airlines before the end of 2013.

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The airline, which plans to begin services in April 2013, intends to operate its Embraer 190 between Kristiansand and major European cities to tap into the growing demand for scheduled non-stop air service to and from Norway.

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The milestone 900th E-Jet joins Kenya Airways’ existing fleet of 12 Embraer E-Jets, five of which are Embraer 170s and seven of which are Embraer 190s. The airline operates the aircraft from its hub at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

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The group will lease two Embraer 190 jets from BOC Aviation, a Singapore-based aircraft leasing company. The two Embraer 190s will be delivered in the first half of 2013 to Jetairfly, TUI’s subsidiary airline in Belgium.

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The Embraer 190s will be delivered to Myanma Airways by lessor GECAS by the end of this year and will be the first modern 100-seater jets to be introduced in Myanmar, according to Embraer. This will allow Myanma Airways to begin international operations.

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Conviasa signed a contract on July 31, 2012 to purchase six Embraer 190 single-aisle jets, and took options on an additional 14. The contract also includes a flight simulator and a logistics package to support Conviasa’s Embraer 190 operations for the next five years.

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Belavia’s first Embraer 175, which the carrier is leasing from Air Lease Corporation of Los Angeles, will operate on European routes from Minsk National Airport. The second Embraer 175 is scheduled for delivery later this year.

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The Venezuelan carrier’s first Embraer 190 deliveries are scheduled to take place by the end of 2012. Conviasa’s new Embraer 190s will be configured with 104 seats in a single-class layout.

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At the Farnborough International Airshow 2012, China’s Hebei Airlines has ordered five more Embraer 190s, for delivery by the end of 2013. The five Embraer 190 jets will join two delivered to the carrier last December and in service with Hebei Airlines since January.

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After taking delivery of 10 Embraer 170 regional jets, Japan Airlines has signed an amendment to the original June 2007 purchase contract in order to add another new Embraer 170.

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When delivered during the third quarter of 2012, The Embraer 190 will bolster BA CityFlyer’s total fleet size to 14 Embraer E-Jets.

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With the expansion of in-flight Internet across its Airbus A320-family and Embraer 190 fleets, US Airways will have 90 per cent of its mainline domestic fleet equipped with Wi-Fi Internet access. The service will also be expanded to US Airways Express Embraer 170 and 175 jets operated by Republic Airlines.

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The airline’s Embraer 190s are of the Embraer 190AR (Advanced Range) version, featuring a nominal range of 2,400 nautical miles (4,448 kilometers). Each aircraft is configured in dual-class layout with eight Business Class seats and 100 Slimline seats in Economy Class.

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The national flag carrier of Estonia has ordered three Embraer 175s and one Embraer 190, and is taking four Embraer 170s and four additional Embraer 190s under a combination of lease agreements with Finnair and leasing companies.

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Minsk, Belarus-based Belavia will become a new Embraer E-Jet operator in agreeing to lease two Embraer 175s from Air Lease Corporation as part of a fleet-renewal initiative to replace smaller-capacity equipment and older, larger capacity aircraft.

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Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras will start taking delivery of its latest order of Embraer 195s in 2015. The February 14, 2012 deal raises the total number of Embraer E-Jets ordered by Azul to 62, 57 Embraer 195s and five Embraer 190s, together with another five 190s bought from other companies.

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