Saudi Arabia Orders 15 Jets from Brazil’s Embraer

Saudi Arabian Airlines is going to purchase 15 aircraft of the Embraer 170 model. The firm order was announced today and the first deliveries will take place in December. This is the first Middle Eastern customer to purchase Embraer 170 aircraft.

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