UPDATE – Canada’s Porter Airlines has taken delivery today of the first two Embraer E195-E2s. The aircraft were handed over during a ceremony in Sao Jose dos Campos, with three more to follow before the end of the year. Porter was expected to receive the first...
Madagascar Airlines will introduce the Embraer E190-E2 into its fleet next year. On Wednesday, the African airline previously known as Air Madagascar signed an agreement with lessor Azorra for three aircraft. The announcement was done in the presence of the country’s...
The past year has seen a plethora of announcements from the handful of eVTOL OEMs. With these announcements one has to ask, is there a bubble? There are some big players on the OEM side of the business – Airbus, Bell, and Embraer among them. Boeing is involved...
Lessor Azorra hit the headlines in January by announcing orders for twenty Airbus A220s and twenty Embraer W910-Es/E195-E2s. It confirms Azorra is on a growth strategy, so AirInsight talks to President Ron Baur to hear more about that. We had a conversation...
The order for twenty E2s from lessor Azorra is welcome news for Embraer in multiple ways. Not only is it the first order since Porter Airlines signed up for thirty E195-E2s last July, but it also increases the exposure of the type with lessors. Almost half of all...
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