Embraer has delivered 48 commercial aircraft in 2021, four more than in the previous year. The number of executive jets also exceeded that of 2020 with 93 versus 86, the Brazilian airframer reported on February 21. Embraer airliner deliveries only four more than in...
[UPDATED] Porter Airlines is launching the Embraer E2 in North America with the introduction of up to 80 Embraer E195-E2s into its fleet. The planes have a transcontinental range and should enter into service with Porter starting in the second half of 2022. Porter...
The Embraer E190-E2 was named Project of the Year by the Project Management Institute. The Project of the Year award recognizes a large and complex program that best delivers superior performance in project management practices, superior organizational results, and...
We missed the recent media briefing in Brazil, but Embraer kindly offered us an opportunity to put forward some questions to President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation John Slattery. Can you tell us yet about the E3? As the market leader in the up to 150-seat...
Brazilian airframer Embraer reported a $54.2mln loss over 2018, compared to $312.9mln profit in 2017. Revenues were down from $5.859bln to $5.071bln, which is slightly below its guidance given on January 16. Already then Embraer said the 2018 results would be...
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