The global airline industry faces a pilot shortage in the post-Covid environment. Internationally, that shortage will be short-lived, as training a new pilot from an ab-initio program to flying in the right seat takes 250-500 hours. Several training initiatives are...
Embraer has not made a firm decision yet on which version of the new turboprop it will bring to the market first: the 70-seater or the bigger 90-seater. The airframer is continuing its market research that includes discussions with airlines about their preferences,...
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...
Embraer disclosed an updated design of its new turboprop last week. The Brazilian airframer will share more details later this year, but AirInsight had the opportunity to catch up with Rodrigo Silva e Souza, Vice President Marketing of Embraer Commercial Aviation. He...
In between the announcement of a deeper first-quarter loss, there was some bright news for Embraer. The Brazilian airframer has signed a firm order for 30 E195-E2, set for delivery from 2022. Valued at $2.2 billion at list prices, the undisclosed order is a boost for...
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