Saudi Arabian carrier Nasair (XY) is planning to phase out its six Embraer E-190s and two E-195s, and grow to a single-type fleet of 40 Airbus A320s within four years to bring down operating costs. XY, which launched in February 2007, currently operates 16 aircraft to six cities in Saudi Arabia and 21 international destinations in the region. The E-Jets, which were used on domestic routes, are too small to meet growth demands. Speaking at the World Route Development Forum in Abu ...

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