Manufacturers from Russia, Japan, China, Brazil and Canada are creating new 70- to 100-seat jets with integrated support packages.
New technologies and materials are being used in a new generation of 70- to 100-seat jets as mid-sized aircraft exploit innovations commonly found in larger jets. Support plans for large regional jets and smaller mainline jets reflect the latest trends in the market and include long-term, asset-based agreements and OEM-offered integrated support contracts. Embraer expects to sell more than 1,400 E-Jets by 2016. It has been supporting its Embraer -170s and -190s for more than two years ...
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