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01MAY2013: United signs deal with Embraer for 30+40 EMB-175s
United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare International (ORD)) has inked a firm order with Embraer (São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf (SJK)) for the purchase of thirty EMB-175s with options for a further forty. Should all options be exercised, the combined order for 70 aircraft has an estimated value of USD2.9billion at current list prices. The aircraft, which are a part of the US carrier's fleet renewal and modernization plan, will operate under the "United Express" brand, with the first one due for delivery in Q1 of 2014. No details have emerged yet on which United Express carrier will be operating the aircraft. Shuttle America (S5, Fort Wayne International (FWA)) currently already operates 38 EMB-170s for United.
30APR2013: Embraer in talks with AeroSvit over three undelivered E190s
Embraer (São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf (SJK)) is currently in talks with Ukraine's Privat Group, the owners of Aerosvit Airlines (VV, Kiev Borispol (KBP)), regarding the delivery of three out of the five EMB-190s previously ordered by the now bankrupt Ukrainian carrier. It is believed that Privat Group would lease the aircraft out to Ukraine International Airlines (PS, Kiev Borispol (KBP)), who also took delivery of AeroSvit's two other Embraer EMB-190s, in addition to other aircraft, when Aerosvit suspended short and medium-haul operations in late 2012/early 2013 before leaving the long-haul market shortly thereafter. The two EMB-190s were originally delivered to AeroSvit in 2012 but operated by sister airline, Dniproavia (Z6, Dnepropetrovsk (DNK)). One of the aircraft (UR-EMA, c/n 19000494) now is already operated by UIA itself, the second aircraft UR-DSB (c/n 19000501) is still operated by Dniproavia on behalf of UIA.
09APR2013: Argentina’s Austral signs deal for two more Embraer E190s
Austral (AU, Buenos Aires Aeroparque Jorge Newberry (AEP)) has signed a contract with Embraer (São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf (SJK)) for the purchase of two EMB-190s bringing the Argentine airline's total number of the type to twenty-two. The added Regional Jets will be configured with 96 seats - eight in executive and 88 in economy — with an onboard entertainment system equipped with individual monitors and will see service on both domestic Argentine flights as well as on regional routes to Asuncion Silvio Pettirossi International (ASU), Belo Horizonte Tancredo Neves International (CNF), Florianopolis Hercilio Luiz (FLN), Montevideo Carrasco (MVD), Porto Alegre Salgado Filho International (POA), Punta del Este Capitan Corbeta C.A. Curbelo International (PDP), Rio de Janeiro Galeão Antônio Carlos Jobim International (GIG), Santiago de Chile Arturo Merino Benítez International (SCL) and São Paulo Internacional Guarulhos (GRU).
28JAN2013: Republic to operate 47 new EMB-175s for American
Republic Airlines (YX, Chicago O'Hare International (ORD)) has announced a contract with Embraer (São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf (SJK)) for at least 47 EMB-175s to be delivered from mid-2013 onwards. The deal is still subject to approval of a contract between American Airlines (AA, Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW)) and Republic Airways Holdings by the AMR bankruptcy court. If approved, the aircraft would be operated by Republic under the American Eagle brand with options for additional 47 EMB-175s also part of the contract between Republic and Embraer. Republic currently already operates 38 EMB-175s for US Airways (US, Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX)) as US Airways Express.
13JAN2013: Estonian to cut fleet to five jets from March
Estonian Air (OV, Tallinn Ülemiste (TLL)) has announced that it will cut its fleet down to just five regional jet aircraft from the beginning of the IATA summer timetable period on March 31. It currently operates three CRJ-900s as well as four EMB-170s on dry-lease from Finnair (AY, Helsinki Vantaa (HEL)) and is currently negotiating with Bombardier (BBA, Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International (YUL)), Embraer (São José dos Campos Professor Urbano Ernesto Stumpf (SJK)) and Finnair to find a solution allowing it to operate either five CRJ-900s or five Embraer regional jets going forward. Estonian also has three EMB-175s and one EMB-190 on order from Embraer and initially had plans to lease two additional EMB-190s to replace its CRJ-900 fleet. The first two EMB-190s were expected to be delivered in March of this year. Estonian will close its regional carrier Estonian Air Regional (ESG, Tallinn Ülemiste (TLL)) which currently operates two Saab 340As and one Saab 340B.