Japan Airlines (JAL) is buying an 11th Embraer E-170 for its regional subsidiary J-Air.
J-Air E-170. Courtesy, Embraer Japan Airlines (JAL) is buying an 11th Embraer E-170 for its regional subsidiary J-Air. JAL originally purchased 10 E-170s for J-Air in June 2007(ATW Daily News, Feb. 23, 2007). Embraer said the amended deal, including the 11th aircraft, is valued at $38 million at list prices. The new E-170 will be powered by GE CF34-8E engines and will be configured for 76 passengers, in a single-class layout. Delivery is planned for the last quarter of 2012, ...
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