China’s HNA Group subsidiary China’s Tianjin Airlines has signed a final agreement with Embraer for 22 aircraft, comprising 20 E-195s and two E-190 E2s. The order, valued at $1.1 billion at current list prices, makes Tianjin the first Chinese airline to order the E2 model. The agreement between the two companies for 40 aircraft was previously announced in July 2014. The remaining 18 E-190 E2 jets will be part of a second approval by the Chinese authorities in a later ...

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