Embraer sells 30 aircraft to United

Late this Monday afternoon (29th), Brazil’s aircraft manufacturing company Embraer that it has signed a contract for the sale of 30 units of its E175-model aircraft the United States’ United, established in 2010 following a merger between Continental Airlines and United Airlines. The contract includes a purchase option for another 40 units of the same model. In case the option is exercised, the negotiation may amount to US$ 2.9 billion, based on the aircrafts’ list price.

According to a press release from Embraer, United will assign the aircraft to regional flights of the United Express fleet. The E175 has a flight range of 3,706 kilometres. Each aircraft will have capacity for 76 passengers, and the first delivery is due in quarter one, 2014.

Embraer Commercial Aviation president Paulo Cesar Silva has said the sale to United “validates Embraer’s strategy” of investing in the E-Jet family, and strengthens the long-standing partnership between the Brazilian company and its American client. United’s vice chairman Jim Compton said the new units will enable better flights to passengers, and fuel economy in comparison with the 50-seater aircraft that the company is replacing.

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