Indian start-up carrier Air Costa has decided to operate Embraer E-Jets, marking a major breakthrough for the Brazilian aircraft-maker in one of Asia’s largest markets. Industry sources say Air Costa chose Embraer 170s and 190s, in a deal for a mix of leased and purchased aircraft. The airline already has two E-170s in India, says one of the sources, adding that the airline is waiting to receive its air operator certificate from India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation before ...
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