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Old March 18th, 2004, 11:18 PM
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3/8/2004
EMBRAER DELIVERS TWO EMBRAER 170 JETS TO US AIRWAYS

Embraer announced today that U.S. launch customer US Airways has taken
delivery of its first two EMBRAER 170 airliners. The company ordered 85
EMBRAER 170 jets and took options on an additional 50 in May 2003. US
Airways plans to put the airplanes into service in early April.
The EMBRAER 170 was awarded type certification from Brazilian, U.S. and
European authorities last February, paving the way for deliveries to
start in key markets of the world.

US Airways is the nations seventh-largest airline, serving nearly 200
destinations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin
America. US Airways, US Airways Shuttle and the US Airways Express
partner carriers operate over 3,200 flights per day.

The EMBRAER 170 is the first of a four-member family of commercial jets
specifically designed for the untapped 70- to 110-seat market, providing
passengers with unparalleled cabin comfort and baggage space, and
carriers with excellent operating economics, performance, and
reliability.

3/8/2004
EMBRAER DELIVERS FIRST EMBRAER 170 JET TO LOT POLISH AIRLINES

Embraer announced today that Polands LOT Polish Airlines has taken
delivery of its first EMBRAER 170 airliner. The airplane, leased from GE
Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), is planned to be placed into service
before the end of March.
Entry into service (EIS) for the new airliner is an important milestone
for the program, where commitment to quality has been the guiding
principle for Embraer and its partners and suppliers, said Flvio Rmoli,
Embraers Senior Vice-President Airline Market.The rapid entrance of the
EMBRAER 170s into commercial operation shows the excellent quality of
its project, allowing for efficiency in crew training and reflecting
Embraers irreproachable focus on customer support services.

The new EMBRAER 170 fleet will support LOT Polish Airliness expansion of
its regional network from the Warsaw hub by providing more seat capacity
and aircraft range to access new markets. LOT Polish Airliness already
flies 14 50-passenger ERJ 145 aircraft, and shall be operating 10
EMBRAER 170 up to mid-2005, with options for 11 more aircraft of the
type.

The EMBRAER 170 was recently awarded type certification from Brazilian,
U.S. and European authorities, including the National Aviation Authority
of Poland, paving the way for deliveries to start in key markets of the
world.

The EMBRAER 170s modern systems architecture results in operational,
man-machine interface and maintainability improvements. It has all the
attributes to win over demanding customers and passengers for its
cost-efficiency, high levels of comfort and distinguished performance.

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