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Study: Data Pushing Embraer To Consider Turboprop Market

Credit: Embraer
Brazilian manufacturer Embraer, while occupied with shopping its 146-seat E195-E2 jet, is indicating it will consider reentering the turboprop market to meet demand in Latin America.

 

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