Mauritania Airlines has signed a firm order with
Embraer for two E175 jets, valued at USD 93.8 million based on
current list prices.
Mauritania Airlines will configure both aircraft with 76 seats in
a comfortable dual class layout.
Deliveries are scheduled to take place in
“The acquisition of the E175 is part of our fleet
modernization, replacing old aircraft and complementing our young
narrow-body aircraft”, said Mr. Mohamed Radhy Bennahi, CEO of
Mauritania Airlines. “We are certain that with E175 we’ll be able
to offer an even better service to our customers, with greater
comfort, adding more frequencies and new destinations.”
Raul Villaron, Vice President, Sales, for Middle
East & Africa, Embraer Commercial Aviation, added, “Embraer is
proud to welcome Mauritania Airlines to the growing family of
E-Jets operators. With the best economics in its category, the
E175 is a success in many markets around the world and we are glad
the aircraft will enter the African market with Mauritania
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