It will not have come as a huge surprise to many, but Embraer has confirmed that it has further postponed the development of the E175-E2. The smallest member of the E2-family, which has failed to attract a single order, is now scheduled to enter service “between 2027...
Yesterday SkyWest and Embraer announced an order for another 16 E-175s. This order boosts SkyWest’s E-175 fleet, which is already the world’s largest of the type. These 16 aircraft will be used exclusively for Delta Air Lines regional service. SkyWest...
Mitsubishi’s recent aerospace efforts show mixed results. The SpaceJet was fumbled pretty badly and cost the company a lot of money. The program is now in limbo. As a follow up to that program, and as a way to end a lawsuit with Bombardier, Mitsubishi bought the CRJ...
Embraer’s final member of the E2 family has taken to the air, the E175-E2. Video of the first flight, courtesy Embraer, is shown below: The E175-E2 has been controversial as it weighs just above the scope clause limitations outlined in the pilot union agreements for...
Yesterday we had a chance to view the E175-E2 in final assembly. No pictures allowed. Its engines were ready to be hoisted. The aircraft looks great. Two or three will be assembled and used for the flight test program. The second aircraft is in assembly in another...
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