Air Europa parent Globalia signed a contract converting purchase rights for six E-195s worth $237 million at list prices, Embraer announced. Globalia placed its initial order in February (ATWOnline, Feb. 8). Delivery of the first newly ordered aircraft is scheduled for mid-2010. Air Europa will be the first carrier to operate the E-195 in a single-class, 122-seat configuration, Embraer said.

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