Embraer’s E2 Advances E-Jet Without Sacrificing Commonality

Credit: Embraer
When Embraer designed its second-generation E-Jet E2 commercial aircraft family, it had to keep in mind two main criteria crucial for pilots. It needed a high degree of cockpit commonality to ease the transition for the large pool of E-Jet E1 pilots. But at the same time, it wanted to take advantage...

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