The first fuselage has been joined for India’s airborne early warning aircraft, according to Embraer. The fuselage join took place in March for the first of three EMB-145s to be fitted with the Indian-designed radar, the Brazilian aircraft maker says in reporting its first quarter results, adding that the program “is moving ahead as planned.” What’s more, Embraer also reports its KC-390 tanker/transport development is holding to schedule, with a full-size mockup of the cargo ...
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