With its installed base of aircraft in Africa growing, Embraer is looking at how to build its footprint on the continent to support the operations of the aircraft. The move comes not just as the fleet of E-Jets grows, but also as ERJ-145 family aircraft are finding a second life in the continent, says Mathieu Duquesnoy, Embraer vice president for airline markets in the Middle East and Africa. “We are analyzing what should be the best penetration of customer support,” he notes, both in ...

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