EE: Estonian Air switches from Bombardier to Embraer.

By bne IntelliNews January 23, 2012
Estonian national airline, which has acquired three new Bombardier airplanes in the beginning of 2011, has decided to cancel its order for another 3 Bombardier airplanes and acquire Embraer planes. The company has signed a contract to lease three Embraer 170 airplanes, and later trade them into 3 brand new Embraer 190 airplanes. Estonian Air indicates that Bombardier acquisition conditions were not suitable for the company. Finnish Finnair operates 18 Embraer airplanes, Polish LOT operates 27, German Lufthansa operates 35 Embraer planes in their fleets.

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