Embraer has secured an order for fifteen E195-E2s from a yet undisclosed customer, the airframer said on January 16 in a short media statement. The order must have been signed in December, as it will be included in the Q4 backlog of 2022. Embraer lands order for 15...
According to a report on Saturday of usually well-informed Aviation News, Embraer is about to announce it will delay the launch of its turboprop aircraft. The story, for which LeehamNews claims to have confirmation, says that current market conditions as well as...
Embraer has identified a hybrid and a hydrogen fuel cell aircraft as the most promising two concepts that it wishes to further develop as part of its Energia project. The two aircraft could be available in the first half of the next decade. Two other concepts will be...
UPDATE – China’s regulatory agency CAAC has granted the Embraer E190-E2 its Chinese type certificate. The E195-E2 is expected to follow soon, Embraer announced today at the Airshow China in Zhuhai. And this is good news for the Airbus A220 too… Embraer...
Embraer today announced it signed several Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with the aerospace companies ASTG (Aerospace Technology of Global), EMK (EM Korea Co.), and Kencoa Aerospace, all from South Korea. The objective of these MoUs is to strengthen collaboration...
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