J-Air Corp. (J-AIR), the regional offshoot of Japan Airlines (JAL), has introduced its Embraer E190 jet in Japan. The inaugural revenue flight took place May 9 between Osaka-Itami Airport and Kagoshima. The entry of the first E190 in J-AIR’s fleet brings the number of E-Jets operating across Japan to 28. J-AIR placed an order in 2014 for 15 Embraer E-series, comprising both E170 and E190 aircraft plus a further 12 options. Embraer Commercial Aviation president and CEO Paulo Cesar ...

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