COMMERCIAL AVIATION Embraer rolled out the first E190-E2 on Feb. 25, revealing it is boosting the range and performance of the E195-E2, largest of its second-generation E-Jets, by increasing wingspan and maximum takeoff weight. The 88-seat E170-E2, 160-seat E190-E2 and 132-seat E195-E2 now each have different wings. The E190-E2 is to enter service in 2018, the E195-E2 in 2019 and E170-E2 in 2020. Air Canada’s letter of intent for 45 firm orders and 30 options for CS300s has been ...

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