Embraer says its regional jet growth in Europe is coming increasingly from Eastern countries and former Soviet bloc states. “We are seeing some new markets emerging where the interest is becoming strong,” says Simon Newitt, VP for Europe at Embraer’s commercial aircraft division. In particular, he notes, “Eastern Europe is starting to open up” as airlines there mirror what their Western European rivals have undertaken. Newitt also expects Air Astana’s introduction of the E190 to ...
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