Brazilian manufacturer Embraer reported bookings for 104 new firm orders in the 2015 second quarter, a twentyfold year-over-year (YOY) upsurge compared to the company’s year-ago quarter total of five new orders. Embraer logged new firm orders worth $2.6 billion during the Paris Air Show in June, including 25 aircraft from US lessor Aircastle (15 E190-E2s and 10 E195-E2s); 10 E175s from United Airlines, for operation on regional arm United Express; eight E175s from SkyWest, for ...

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