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Estonian buys E-Jets

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 28, 2012
Estonian Air has ordered four Embraer E-Jets. (Embraer)

Estonian Air will purchase four Embraer E-Jets as it transitions to an all Embraer fleet of narrow-body and regional aircraft.

The carrier is set to buy three 88-seat E-175s and one 112-seat E190 and will lease an additional four E-170s and four E-190s, Embaer said. It will use the jets to replace its current fleet of Boeing 737s and Bombardier CRJs.

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