FARNBOROUGH—Embraer Commercial Aircraft President and CEO Paulo Cesar sees sales opportunities for 400-500 additional current-generation E-Jets before the transition to the E2 family begins later this decade. To fill open production slots until then, the Brazilian manufacturer only needs to sell around 200 of the aircraft, Cesar told Aviation Week at the Farnborough Air Show. “The Embraer 175 is selling well in the U.S. because of the scope clauses” that boost the number of ...
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