Now that the Embraer 190-E2 is certified and about to enter service with Norwegian regional carrier Wideroe, the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer undoubtedly is assessing its future moves. Of course, the likely tie-up with Boeing on the commercial side will open up some hitherto untried opportunities. However, Embraer should not fall into the trap of relying too much on its new partner, but should retain an independent view of the market and its own initiatives in it. Given the activity in ...

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