Embraer delivers first aircraft to TACA
The order worth some $375 million includes eleven E-190 planes, pilot and technical training, as well as the adaptation for the maintenance of the aircrafts.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
The huge Brazilian plane maker, Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica S.A. (Embraer), delivered the pane to TACA on Friday. It is the first of 11 E-190 jets ordered last year by the Central American airline.
The airline's newest destinations, for which flights will begin in the next two months, will be done using 11 new Embraer E190 jets.
TACA, South American airline with headquarters in El Salvador, has signed a contract with Airbus for the purchase of 15 new A-320 aircraft, 12 A-320s and three A-319s respectively.
Copa's fleet now consists of 41 aircraft, with an average age of 4.1 years.
The regional airline Copa has ordered two Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with delivery promised for 2010 and 2011.
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