On Tuesday, the Brazilian airline Azul Linhas Aéreas announced its plans to reject the contracts of 12 Embraer E-195 E1 aircraft. The carrier’s E1 fleet will be reduced by 40% by the end of 2023, compared to 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, as Azul moves on to...
Azul and LHColus Tecnologia have developed the first Embraer E190 Class-F Freighter in the world. This aircraft improves the Brazilian airline’s cargo capacity as it aims to increase its cargo service across the South American country. Subscriber content –...
Early morning PR – Breeze Airways, the new “Seriously Nice” U.S. carrier from JetBlue founder David Neeleman, today unveiled its debut network, comprising 39 nonstop routes between 16 cities in the Southwest, Midwest, Southeast and Eastern US. The first...
The commercial aviation world has been turned upside down. And at the very pinnacle of that swing is Embraer. Embraer is the world’s third-largest aircraft OEM, which is a remarkable performance when you consider some of the storied brands that have disappeared....
Embraer, which was quiet on Day 1 at Paris, announced 48 commitments for aircraft today, including 2 new customers for the E2 family. The Embraer orders include Fuji Dream Airlines for 3 E175s, Japan Air Lines for 1 E190, Belavia for 1 E175 and 1 E195, KLM Citthopper...
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