American Airlines Orders Seven Embraer E175s for Envoy Air

American Airlines has ordered seven new Embraer E175 aircraft, which will be operated by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Envoy Air. The new aircraft will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2023 and will bring Envoy's fleet of E-Jets to over 141 aircraft by the end of 2024. The order is valued at US$403.4 million at the list price. The order was made on the second day of The Paris Airshow 2023.

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This order is a vote of confidence in the E175 and its ability to meet the needs of regional airlines in the United States. The E175 is a popular aircraft among regional carriers because it is comfortable, efficient, and reliable. It is also the backbone of the US regional network, with over 620 aircraft sold and 86% market share since 2013.


Envoy CEO Pedro Fábregas said that the new E175s will help the airline "continue to provide excellent service to American Airlines and the thousands of customers we serve every day." He also praised the E175's "outstanding performance and reliability."

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Embraer CEO Arjan Meijer said that the order "further demonstrates the importance of the E175 to connectivity across the United States." He also said that the E175 is "hard to exaggerate the impact this hardworking aircraft has every day, delivering essential, dependable service, and an economic lifeline to communities across the North American market." The E175 entered service in North America in 2005 and has since become the most popular regional jet in the region. It is known for its two-by-two seating, which means that no one has to sit in the middle seat. To date, the worldwide E170/E175 fleet has accumulated over 18 million flight hours with Envoy having flown 1.1 million of these hours.

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