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Embraer Signs Contract With Fuji Dream Airlines (Japan)

posted Oct 25, 2010, 1:38 AM by Elaine Bell

Aviator.aero Daily News - 22 OCT 2010

Embraer signs contract with Fuji Dream Airlines (Japan) for sale of E175, which is fifth E-Jet in carrier’s fleet. Order also includes option for one additional E175. Deal previously anounced as undisclosed customer.

BA CityFlyer (UK) to launch services from London City to Stockholm on January 9 with E170.

Chanchangi Airlines (NG) resumes operations with two B737-300s wet leased from Jordan Aviation after six weeks hiatus due to absence of operational aircraft.

Supreme Court of Canada rules Kuwait has right to go after Iraqi assets in Canada, which includes six CRJ900s that Iraq has on order from Bombardier.

Russia and Venezuela to establish development bank for Russia built aircraft. Agreement to Bank expected to launch in 1Q 2011 with capital of US$100 million. Ilyushin Finance to hold 25 percent stake and contribute orders for 28 AN148/AN158 aircraft valued at US$700 million.

Bombardier completes first phase of construction of CSeries wing manufacturing and assembly facility in Belfast.

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