Embraer will not launch the new turboprop anytime soon. The Brazilian airframer is still undecided about the choice of the engines and will take time to evaluate options, CEO Francisco Gomes Neto said today during a press conference. Last July at the Farnborough...
Embraer has secured an order for fifteen E195-E2s from a yet undisclosed customer, the airframer said on January 16 in a short media statement. The order must have been signed in December, as it will be included in the Q4 backlog of 2022. Embraer lands order for 15...
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...
UPDATE July 1 with Toyota – Embraer is targeting to reduce production lead times of all its products by some forty percent until the end of 2023 to improve efficiency. On the commercial aircraft production lines, lead times have already been reduced from four to...
Embraer is “cautiously optimistic” about signing new orders this year, but is fully aware that the Covid pandemic isn’t over and that the situation can change. CEO Francisco Gomes Neto said during the earnings call presentation on March 19. The Brazilian airframer has...
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