New Lithuanian start-up Air Lituanica has acquired two Embraer E-Jets. The Vilnius-based carrier will launch scheduled service June 30 with one E-170 leased from a third party. In July, Air Lituanica will add another E-Jet, an E-175, leased from ECC Leasing Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Embraer. The E-170 and E-175 are configured with 76 and 86 seats in single class, respectively. Air Lituanica will deploy the aircraft on its planned routes between Vilnius and Brussels, Amsterdam, ...

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