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“We are hon­oured to re­ceive the first E190 in Ja­pan,” said Tet­suya Onuki, Pres­i­dent of J-Air Cor­po­ra­tion. “The com­bi­na­tion of the ex­ist­ing E170s and new E190s in our fleet will give us greater flex­i­bil­ity to match our prod­ucts and ser­vices to cus­tomer needs. We are con­fi­dent that the E190, with our new cabin in­te­rior and the ad­di­tion of Class J ser­vice, will de­liver a re­fresh­ing and com­fort­able in-flight ex­pe­ri­ence to cus­tomers.”

The E190, con­fig­ured by JAL in dual class with gen­uine leather seat of­fer­ing, is the third Em­braer E-Jet air­craft type that is op­er­at­ing in Ja­pan, in ad­di­tion to the E170 and E175 that al­ready op­er­ate in the coun­try. J-AIR cur­rently op­er­ates a to­tal of 17 E170s and Fuji Dream Air­lines op­er­ates three E170s and seven E175s. The E190 is op­er­ated by 50 cus­tomers around the world. Em­braer is the only man­u­fac­turer to de­velop a mod­ern fam­ily of four air­planes specif­i­cally tar­geted for the 70- to 130-

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