Air International 2022-02
M.Broadbent - Eye on the prize
It's now two decades since Embraer began building business jets
Phenom deliveries in 2021 included the first Ecuadorian-registered example, to an undisclosed customer in capital city Quito
EMB-203 Ipanema, PR-ZXW, is a 100% electric propulsion technology demonstrator
Embraer is eyeing a return to growth for regional aircraft. Shown here, an E195-E2 at the 2017 Paris Air Show
Helvetic Airways is the world’s biggest E2 operator. Its fleet includes the largest aircraft in the E2 family, the E195-E2
Embraer will work with Pratt & Whitney to test sustainable aviation fuels on the E195-E2
KLM Cityhopper is among existing E-Jet operators to order E2s, which it operates within Europe
2021 orders for Eve’s eVTOL included ten from Nautilus Aviation, a division of Morris Group and Northern Australia's largest helicopter operator
Eve will work on eVTOL development with the Senna brand, founded by the late Brazilian F1 racer Ayrton Senna
Embraer’s Praetor 500 has now been granted Type Certification by Brazil's Agenda Nacional de Aviacao Civil EASA and the FAA.
The Praetor 500 features best-in-class cabin altitude and standard HEPA filters that remove 99.97% of bacteria from the air
Embraer says it produced one in four small and midsize-class business jets delivered in the first nine months of 2021
The two Praetor variants share a common cockpit design featuring cutting-edge technology and ergonomics, according to the manufacturer
There is strong interest in an advanced turboprop, says Embraer, which could launch one as soon as late 2022
Rear-mounted engines are the most striking feature of Embraer’s new turboprop airliner