American Airlines signs for 15 Embraer E175 more before 2018 ends


Sao Paulo - Embraer and American Airlines have signed a firm order agreement for fifteen 76-seat E175 jets more. The deal is valued at $705 million based on current list prices. The deliveries will begin in 2020.

This new order agreement brings the total number of the ordered aircraft of the same type by American Airlines to 104 since the program launch in 2013. The most recent order by the airline was for 15 Embraer E175 jets, which has been placed in May 2018.

American Airlines has selected Envoy, a wholly-owned subsidiary,
to operate the fifteen aircraft. Envoy Air carries out its flights under the American Eagle brand.

The devices will be configured to accommodate 76 passengers - 12 in First Class and 64 in Economy Classes, including Economy Class Extra.

Embraer has so far sold more than 435 E175 jets to airline operators in North America since the program launch in 2013, obtaining more than 80% of total orders in the regional jet segment of up to 76 seats.



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