We had an opportunity to catch up with Arjan Meijer, President and CEO of Embraer Commercial Aviation, review the year, and peek at what is coming. AI: Thank you for taking the time to have a chat. Let’s start with a brief market update. It’s been about a...
Earlier today Embraer announced the two of its four Energia concepts that are headed for the next stages of development and potentially production. The first, with entry into service in 2030, is the Energia Hybrid E19-HE that will have 19 seats and the stretched 30...
Embraer has identified a hybrid and a hydrogen fuel cell aircraft as the most promising two concepts that it wishes to further develop as part of its Energia project. The two aircraft could be available in the first half of the next decade. Two other concepts will be...
Embraer’s Michael Amalfitano provided an interesting overview of Embraer’s future and their research and development into sustainability at NBAA 2022. The video of his press conference follows: It is clear from the briefing that Embraer is clearly focused...
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,...
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