Vijaywada-based Indian regional Air Costa has ordered three 112-seat Embraer E-190 aircraft, which will nearly double its fleet. The airline currently operates two E-170s and two E-190s on around 35 regional flights a day from its home base and Chennai. Air Costa CEO LVS Rajasekhar said the new aircraft will help the airline retire the smaller E-170s in a year or so, which would also coincide with the start of delivery of an existing order for 50 Embraer E2 aircraft. Air Costa placed the ...

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