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Embraer’s Earnings Call – Results and Implications

Embraer announced its second-quarter earnings today, and results were weak but in line with expectations given the transition in production from the E190 and E195 to the new E190-E2 and E195-E2 that occurred this quarter. Deliveries for both commercial and business...

Will Embraer’s E-Jets Maturity Transition to the E2?

Embraer’s E-Jets series have accumulated more than 23 million flight hours, and have achieved a dispatch reliability of 99.52%.  Their goal is to have the E2 quickly reach operational maturity after entry into service and achieve the same level of success, with a goal...

Embraer and Scope Clause: Hybrid Production

Embraer and Mitsubishi face uncertainty in the US market, as their new aircraft, the E175-E2 and MRJ-90 do not meet the current scope clause requirements in the major airline pilot union contracts. These contracts are up for re-negotiation in 2019 to take effect from...

An Update on the E2 Program at Embraer

With the first delivery of the E2 Jets family to Widerøe on 4 April 2018, AirInsight had an opportunity to meet with a number of engineers at Embraer, take a technical walk through of the airplane, and obtain a technical update on this program, highlights of which we...