ABU DHABI—Boeing and Embraer are in talks with five countries to buy the KC-390 airlifter and air refueling aircraft, including at least two that have opened discussions since the two manufacturers announced a formal partnership, a Boeing executive said on Feb. 18. Embraer launched development of the KC-390 in 2009, but signed an agreement in 2016 with Boeing to support global marketing and sustainment. The partnership deepened over the summer, when Boeing and Embraer agreed to form a ...


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