During the past two decades, Embraer has demonstrated an uncanny ability to bring ideal aircraft to market at the right time. In the 1990s, it was 50-seat regional jets (RJs). The following decade, just as soaring fuel prices made smaller RJs uneconomical, the aircraft manufacturer rolled out its family of “E-Jets,” which span from 70-122 seats and have attracted more than 1,000 orders from 60 airlines. Now, with the industry's competitive landscape shifting once again, the question is ...
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