Quantcast
Clement Charpentreau
Azul reports loss, enters negotiations to postpone deliveries

After falling in the red for the first quarter of 2020, Azul, Brazil’s third-biggest airline, entered negotiations with Embraer to defer 59 195-E2 deliveries....


Clement Charpentreau
Ethiopia admits shooting down African Express Embraer 120

Ethiopia admitted shooting down a Kenyan plane carrying humanitarian aid in southwest Somalia. Six passengers were killed in the crash....


Clement Charpentreau
Embraer 120 carrying medical equipment crashes in Somalia, 6 dead

An African Express Airways Embraer EMB-120RT crashed while approaching Bardale airport in southwest Somalia, killing the six people on board....


AeroTime Team
American Eagle flight AA3837 diverts to Green Bay

American Eagle Embraer ERJ-145, operating a domestic flight within the United States, had encountered an emergency and diverted to Green Bay on April 21, 2020. ...


Rytis Beresnevicius
If Airbus A220 can, can Embraer E195-E2 help 737 MAX operators?

While the Airbus A220-300 could throw a helping hand towards Boeing 737 MAX operators, what about its most direct competitor, the Embraer E195-E2? ...


Clement Charpentreau
Brazil regulators approve Boeing and Embraer tie-up

Boeing and Embraer have obtained the authorization for their joint venture by Brazilian regulators. The two companies are now waiting for the final approval from European authorities....


Rytis Beresnevicius
EU resumes Boeing-Embraer investigation; sets deadline to April 6

Boeing-Embraer tie-up is moving forward, as the European Union regulators have once again restarted the investigation into the joint-venture. A decision is set to be announced on April 6, 2020....


AeroTime Team
Embraer starts flight tests of final E2 jet

Embraer has begun flight testing the third and final, member of the E-jets E2 family, the Embraer E175-E2. The regional aircraft made its maiden flight on December 12, 2019, with hopes to complete the programme by the end of 2021....


AeroTime Team
Dubai Airshow 2019 wrap-up: how big was the shopping spree?

Biennial event Dubai Airshow 2019 closed its doors on November 21, 2019. While the event organizers highlight that this year the show attracted a record number of visitors and exhibitors, the sales were slower than two years ago. In fact, the value of orders made (or rather, announced) on site were over two times lower than two years ago. Order book on site reached $54.5 billion in 2019, while it stood at almost $113.8 billion in 2017.  &nbs...


Clement Charpentreau
Dubai Airshow: Embraer signs first contracts

Since the beginning of Dubai Airshow 2019, Embraer received firm orders for three E195-E2 regional jets from Air Peace in Nigeria, and for three E190s from the Egyptian company CIAF Leasing....