Embraer warns of production dip in 2018 ‘transition year’

Credit: Embraer
Embraer is viewing 2018 as a “transition year” in which commercial aircraft deliveries and production will dip as the E190-E2 achieves entry-into-service (EIS) and the Brazilian manufacturer contends with the “learning curve” of a new aircraft rolling off the assembly line. The outlook was presented...

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