DUBAI—Embraer is set to receive the first Pratt & Whitney PW1900G engine for fit-checking on the wing of the prototype E190-E2 airliner, which is in final assembly at the Brazilian manufacturer’s Sao Jose dos Campos site. “The first engine arrives next week in the factory, where we are assembling the first aircraft as we speak,” said Paulo César Silva, president & CEO of Embraer Commercial Aviation. With wings already in the process of being mated to ...

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