JJH Capital, owned by Air Europa and Globalia President Juan Jose Hidalgo, signed a firm order for six E-195s plus six purchase rights worth $237 million at list prices. The order was listed as unidentified on Embraer's fourth-quarter 2007 books. Scheduled to begin delivering in May, the aircraft will be placed with Universal Airlines, a startup that will fly both domestically and in Europe. It will be the first to fly the E-195 with 122 seats.

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