Embraer: China's ICBC Leasing Signs Purchase Agreement for up to 20 E190-E2s

 Embraer: China's ICBC Leasing Signs Purchase Agreement for up to 20 E190-E2s

PR Newswire

BRASILIA, Brazil, July 17, 2014

BRASILIA, Brazil, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- At a signing ceremony
witnessed by the Presidents of both nations during Chinese President Xi
Jinping's State visit to Brazil, Embraer S.A. inked a sales agreement for up
to 20 E190-E2 with China's ICBC Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. (ICBC Leasing).
The agreement covers ten firm orders and ten purchase rights. The firm orders
for the first 10 aircraft will be included in Embraer's 2014 third quarter
backlog.

The E190-E2 is the first model of the E-Jets E2 family to enter into service.
The value of the contract is USD 1.1 billion at list prices if all purchase
rights are converted to firm orders. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in
2018.

"Having ICBC Leasing as a lessor of E2s gives our prospective customers yet
another option when they look to operate these new-generation aircraft," said
Paulo Cesar Silva, President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation. "ICBC Leasing
has expanded quickly over the past few years to become one of the world's
leading lessors of mainstream aircraft. The strong appeal of E-Jets to
airlines around the world was a key factor on ICBC's decision to acquire E2s."

Established in 2007 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Industrial and
Commercial Bank of China, one of the world's largest banks, ICBC Leasing owns
and manages a fleet of over 380 aircraft. In June 2012, ICBC Leasing ordered
ten Legacy 650 large executive jets with five options as a follow-on to the
Memorandum of Understanding it signed in April of that year.

"We are pleased to be part of the E-Jets E2 program and to further extend our
partnership with Embraer," said Cong Lin, CEO of ICBC Leasing. "Adding E-Jets
E2s to our portfolio will diversify our aircraft resources, strengthen our
leadership in the leasing market and support us in expanding the leasing
market of regional aviation. We are confident that these new jets will bring
great benefits to our customers."

The E-Jets E2 program reinforces Embraer's commitment to continuously invest
in the company's line of commercial jets and to maintain leadership in the 70
to 130-seat aircraft segment. Embraer's
E-Jets E2s have state-of-the-art geared turbofan engines. Combined with new
aerodynamically-advanced wings, full fly-by-wire flight controls and
improvements to other systems, the E2s will deliver significant reductions in
fuel burn, maintenance costs, emissions and external noise.

CONTACTS:

Headquarters (Brazil)
Rosana Dias
rosana.dias@embraer.com.br
Cell: +55 12 9724 4929
Tel.: +55 12 3927 1311
Fax: +55 12 3927 2411

North America
Robert Stangarone
rstangarone@embraer.com
Cell: +1 954 260 9939
Tel.: +1 954 359 3101
Fax: +1 954 359 4755

Europe, Middle East and Africa
Herve Tilloy
herve.tilloy@embraer.fr
Cell: +33 6 0864 3545
Tel.: +33 1 4938 4530
Fax: +33 1 4938 4456

China
Mirage Zhong
mirage.zhong@bjs.embraer.com
Cell: +86 138 1191 8053
Tel.: +86 10 6598 9988
Fax: +86 10 6598 9986

Asia Pacific
Nilma Missir-Boissac
Nilma.boissac@sin.embraer.com
Cell: +65 9012 8428
Tel.: +65 6305 9955
Fax: +65 6734 3908

SOURCE Embraer
 
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