Embraer announced the sale of two E-190s to Aircraft Asset Management of Germany, which already has agreed to place them with Augsburg Airways. Aircraft are worth $79 million at list prices and will count against the manufacturer's third-quarter backlog. Augsburg took delivery of the first in September and will take the second in 2010. Augsburg, a Lufthansa Regional partner, currently operates 16 aircraft to 21 destinations.

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