China’s Hebei Airlines buys five more Embraer jets


Hebei Airlines has acquired five more E-190s jets from Brazilian planemaker, Embraer.

The deal, which is valued at US$226 million at list prices, will expand the Chinese airline’s fleet of E-190s to seven.

“The approval by the Chinese government for Hebei Airlines to acquire five more E190s indicates their confidence in the E-Jets’ performance and the jets’ contribution to the development of China’s aviation industry,” said Paulo Cesar Silva, President of Commercial Aviation for Embraer. “The E-Jets are market leaders in its segment in China and recognised for their versatility and passenger appeal, and will help Hebei Airlines to expand its network by exploring new markets and adding frequencies on existing routes.”

Based in Shijiazhuang, in China’s Hebei Province, Hebei Airlines was formed in 2010 and operates a fleet of 12 aircraft.

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