Embraer Seeks New Homes For 39 ERJ-135s In Wake Of AMR Bankruptcy

Embraer is looking at various options for placing 39 American Eagle ERJ-135s that the carrier is returning as part of parent AMR’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer is on the hook to find new homes for the aircraft under a remarketing agreement. Embraer expects...

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