British Airways placed a firm order for six E-170s and five E-190SRs, plus options on a further three 190SRs, for its wholly owned BA CityFlyer regional subsidiary. The firm aircraft are worth $376.5 million at list prices "based on January 2008 economic conditions," and the deal could reach $489 million if all options are confirmed, Embraer said. The E-jets will operate out of London City and replace CityFlyer's current fleet of 10 Avro RJ100s and two RJ85s. The first 76-seat 170 is ...

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