Articles tagged “embraer”

Airlines

Porter Airlines Tops Up Embraer Order to 100 Jets at Farnborough

Canada’s Porter Airlines is in a much better place compared to the pandemic, when it furloughed 90 percent of its staff. It's just ordered an additional 20 E195-E2 aircraft from Embraer, which also won an eight-plane order from Alaska Air Group.

Porter Airlines Tops Up Embraer Order to 100 Jets at Farnborough

Airline Weekly

How Badly Will a Ban on Russian Titanium Hurt Airplane Manufacturing?

Global planemakers are confident in their ability to meet production targets despite the Western sanctions on Russian exports. The aerospace industry relies on Russian supply of this key metal for aircraft production.

How Badly Will a Ban on Russian Titanium Hurt Airplane Manufacturing?

Airlines

Flying Taxis Face Steep Regulatory Hurdles

The orders for electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles, or eVTOLs, are coming in, but a mix of regulatory, technical and even social challenges means it could be several more years before they really take off.

Flying Taxis Face Steep Regulatory Hurdles

Airline Weekly

Embraer’s Electric Aircraft Business Eve to Go Public Via $2.4 Billion SPAC

Embraer's air mobility startup Eve is the latest to cash in on the SPAC craze. The developer of electric vertical takeoff and landing, or eVTOLs, aircraft plans to list in New York with a $2.4 billion valuation, and more than 500 commitments for its aircraft.

Embraer’s Electric Aircraft Business Eve to Go Public Via $2.4 Billion SPAC

Business Travel

How Remote Work at This Consulting Firm Will Boost Regional Airports

It's still too soon to call how much corporate travel will shrink, but one side effect will be a shift away from major airports across the U.S. All eyes will be on PwC.

How Remote Work at This Consulting Firm Will Boost Regional Airports

Airlines

Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

Like Lazarus, regional carrier ExpressJet hopes to rise from the dead. Can the airline survive flying on its own during a pandemic with small jets? The airline almost pulled it off before, but can it do it again, or will history repeat itself?

Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

Airlines

Turboprop Competition Heats Up in Developing Asia

Economic growth has created new demand for turboprop aircraft in developing regions. Competition in the sector is fierce, particularly as Boeing and Airbus line up against each other in yet another market.

Turboprop Competition Heats Up in Developing Asia

Airlines

Embraer Looks to Sell Its Newest Jets Outside of the United States

Poor Embraer. It has built an impressive new machine U.S. airlines should love. But American Eagle, United Express and Delta Connection cannot fly the E175-E2, because of tricky collective bargaining issues.

Embraer Looks to Sell Its Newest Jets Outside of the United States

Airlines

JetBlue Founder David Neeleman Considers Used Jets to Get Early Start at New U.S. Airline

We know better than to second guess the world's No. 1 living airline entrepreneur. But if you're Moxy, why not just wait for shiny new Airbus A220s fresh from the factory? They'll probably be more reliable and can fly farther than the older Embraers.

JetBlue Founder David Neeleman Considers Used Jets to Get Early Start at New U.S. Airline

Airlines

Boeing to Take Over Embraer’s $4.75 Billion Commercial Jet Business

Boeing had already worked closely with Brazil’s Embraer, a specialist in passenger jets. But a takeover of Embraer's commercial business will save the U.S. plane manufacturer money. The move comes just after Boeing's rival Airbus closed a deal with Embraer rival Bombardier to take over its C Series jet.

Boeing to Take Over Embraer’s $4.75 Billion Commercial Jet Business