Embraer Wins Orders

Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer won orders worth a total of $1.19 billion for passenger carriers from five airlines during the Paris Air Show, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings on Tuesday. The biggest order worth $666 million came from an undisclosed company for 10 E195-E2’s. The client also has an option to buy additional 10 E190-E2’s.

Japan Airlines’ subsidiary J-AIR placed a firm order worth $50.6 million and Belavia, Belarusian Airlines said it will buy two current generation E-Jets, one E175 and one E195 to be delivered in 2018 at a total cost of $99.1 million KLM Cityhopper placed a firm order worth $101 million and Japan’s Fuji Dream Airlines (FDA) ordered three planes totaling $274 million in value. All these orders will be included in Embraer’s Q2 backlog.

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