EE: Estonian Air signs lease for 2 Embraer airplanes.

By bne IntelliNews May 10, 2012
Estonian Air, national airline, has signed a lease contract with GE Capital Aviation Services for two Embraer E190 airplanes, which are due to be delivered in Q1/13. Estonian Air plans 12 Embraer E-jet airplanes in order to increase flight frequencies, open new destinations, and operate at least twice a daily services to main destinations in Europe. First 4 Embraer 170 airplanes were delivered to Estonia in February 2012, under lease agreement with Finnair. Estonian Air is currently in final negotiations with the manufacturer about the delivery schedules on another 6 Embraer jets. Estonian Air currently flies to 24 destinations in Europe and CIS region.
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