UPDATE – Canada’s Porter Airlines has taken delivery today of the first two Embraer E195-E2s. The aircraft were handed over during a ceremony in Sao Jose dos Campos, with three more to follow before the end of the year. Porter was expected to receive the first...
Despite “solid momentum” and “a significant decrease of its adjusted operating loss” in Q4, Air Transat’s parent company Transat AT ended FY22 with a deeper net loss compared to the previous year. The Canadian group reported a loss of C$-445.3 million for the...
Embraer has got itself a strong new tool in doing business with new customers. The airframer has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Apollo asset management for $1.5 billion in customer financing for its commercial aircraft business. Embraer secures new customer...
Porter Airlines is well known to air travelers in the northeastern part of North America. That friendy Racoon always gets a smile. Just this week Porter made big news – it announced its restart port-Pandemic and also announced a big order for Embraer E195-E2s. ...
[UPDATED] Porter Airlines is launching the Embraer E2 in North America with the introduction of up to 80 Embraer E195-E2s into its fleet. The planes have a transcontinental range and should enter into service with Porter starting in the second half of 2022. Porter...
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