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  • Captain of crashed LAM E-190 experienced on type

    ​Mozambique carrier LAM has released information indicating that the captain of the Embraer 190 that crashed en route to Luanda on 29 November was experienced on the type.

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  • Embraer maintenance costs cut into JetBlue's profits

    JetBlue Airways attributes the decline in its first quarter earnings to weakened travel demand, caused by the lingering...

  • P&W reveals new slip for MS-21 first flight

    Pratt & Whitney has revealed a new slip to first flight for the geared turbofan-powered Irkut MS-21, but there is no...

  • ANALYSIS: Why Embraer’s narrowbody call could be smart move

    Embraer's decision not to follow Bombardier into a head-to-head fight with mainline airliner manufacturers and...

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  • FARNBOROUGH: Redesign transforms KC-390 into all-new market threat

    News | 08 Jul 2014 07:50 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Embraer’s original idea for a “C-390” airlifter once seemed as straightforward as the designation implies. Engineers could borrow the wing and engine of the proven, passenger-carrying E-190, and modify the cabin as a cargo hold with a rear ramp.
  • LHT opens US thrust-reverser shop

    News | 26 Jun 2014 14:56 | Michael Gubisch

    Lufthansa Technik’s US landing-gear MRO subsidiary Hawker Pacific Aerospace has extended its capabilities to thrust-reverser repairs.
  • Venezuela's Conviasa picks MTU for CF34 support

    News | 14 May 2014 09:28

    Venezuelan carrier Conviasa has agreed a support deal with MTU Maintenance covering General Electric CF34 engines powering its Embraer 190s.
  • ​Saudi Aramco sticks with MTU for engine MRO

    News | 27 Mar 2014 15:47 | Michael Gubisch

    Oil and gas producer Saudi Aramco has again selected MTU for engine maintenance, awarding the German provider a deal covering the General Electric CF34-8Es powering its Embraer 170 fleet.
  • ​ANALYSIS: How Embraer is keeping faith with the regional market

    News | 13 Mar 2014 12:19 | Stephen Trimble

    Selling airliners in the regional market is a tough business. In the past 30 years, the short-haul segment has spawned and slain whole companies and aircraft. From turboprops like the BAe ATP and Saab 340/2000 to jets like the Fokker 100 and the Fairchild Dornier 728, entire aircraft programmes have been snuffed out by intensely competitive market forces.
  • Pressure on JetBlue maintenance costs continues in Q4

    News | 29 Jan 2014 22:40 | Kristin Majcher

    ​A higher-than-expected number of GE CF34 overhauls for JetBlue's Embraer 190 aircraft continued to cause higher maintenance expenses for the carrier in the fourth quarter, however cost per available seat mile (CASM) for maintenance grew at a slower rate than in the first three quarters of 2013.