According to a report on Saturday of usually well-informed Aviation News, Embraer is about to announce it will delay the launch of its turboprop aircraft. The story, for which LeehamNews claims to have confirmation, says that current market conditions as well as...
Lower deliveries of commercial and military aircraft partly compensated by higher revenues from services resulted in a lower Q2 net profit for Embraer. The Brazilian airframer reported a $74.2 million net profit attributable to shareholders compared to $87.9 million...
The ATR EVO, the new version of the turboprop that ATR intends to have in service by 2028, will be a state-of-the-art aircraft and definitely not outdated, despite being based on a forty-year-old design. The airframer will include various technological innovations,...
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...
ATR will announce further details of its net-zero roadmap for its turboprop aircraft family within the next two to three months. The French-Italian airframer is looking at different solutions that go beyond sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), but it will only announce...
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