US Airways orders 25 106-seat jets

08/4/2006 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

US Airways has ordered 25 Embraer 190 midsize jets to replace its smallest planes and will receive the first plane in December. A US Airways spokesman says the 106-seat 190 will replace many of US Airways' 50-seat planes and fly mainly out of Philadelphia. The new planes will cost at least $625 million.

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