JAL Group announced its intention to introduce the Embraer 170 on its domestic network, starting next year. The company said it "will conclude a purchase agreement" with the Brazilian manufacturer for 10 firm aircraft plus five options this spring. They will be powered by GE CF34-8s and be operated by regional subsidiary J-AIR, which currently relies mainly on the CRJ200. JAL said the aircraft will allow it to match demand more efficiently on domestic routes and take advantage of an increase ...

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