Embraer Reports Progress On New E-Jets

The second generation of Embraer’s E-Jet family is ready to enter critical design review following the conclusion of the joint definition phase for the E190-E2. Wind tunnel tests and virtual flight simulations for the model have also been completed, and prototype production will begin once the E190-E2’s maturity has been validated in the critical design review. The upgrade of the largest E-Jet – the E195-E2 – entered its own joint definition phase in May, while preliminary studies have begun on the E175-E2, which should have a distinctly different configuration to its larger siblings. The E190-E2 is scheduled to enter service in 2018; the E195-E2 in 2019; and the E175-E2 in 2020.

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