Embraer Eyes 130- to 150-Seater By 2018, Awaits Boeing’s Move

If Embraer decides this year to build a 130- to 150-seat aircraft, it could have the first one in service by the second half of 2018, says Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva, the Brazilian company’s executive VP-airline market. Alternatively, if Embraer decides re-engining its E-Jets is the way to go, the...

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