Incredible news! Can't think of a better home for the Sheds moving forward. I wonder too if they'd entertain restarting production if there were some special ops orders out there to grab (also makes one wonder about a possible NEO, ) the 360 used all of 1400 hp PT6's shockingly for how big an aircra...Jump to post
"CRJ production is expected to conclude in the second half of 2020, following the delivery of the current backlog of aircraft." From MHI press release. So it's also about eliminating a competitor. Means after 2020 it'll be a two aircraft game, the EJets and the MRJ. Interesting development...Jump to post
GE would need a new airframe to make this worth the effort … only feasible opportunity maybe the relaunch of the 328 T in Germany Yep, that or a new DHC-8-100 etc... Is there any updates on the 328? Although I'd think it might be too built to be powered by a bigger engine that slowing it down that ...Jump to post
We all know there's not much in the way of 19 seaters and no 30 seaters currently on the market, some (for example the EMB120) find their lives coming to an end due to lack of props, or other parts, as well as the obvious economic issues with flying that small of aircraft. However there still does s...Jump to post
The order is: LOI for 15 firm and purchase rights for 20 more ...
Momo1435 wrote:The current E195 E1 in their fleet has 118 seats, I don't see it go up with the E2 to match the 737-700.
This is why I wonder if the key to making a replacement 30 seater would be to jump the 42 in engine technology, ie put the biggest GE Catalyst you could on there, just don't know if that's really a possible engine for a Q100 or EMB120.... The GE Cataclyst is just a tad in the weak end. You will nee...Jump to post
[ AFAIK, the 42 has the same fuel burn as the SAAB 340 even though it carries more. Don't know about the Q100/200. This is why I wonder if the key to making a replacement 30 seater would be to jump the 42 in engine technology, ie put the biggest GE Catalyst you could on there, just don't know if th...Jump to post
I know there isn't a thing as E1, but for sake of trying to prevent confusion please excuse my use of it ;) Horizon has a higher scope limit weight that allows E2-175 opperations. I couldn't find a link, I just recall it is higher than the standard 86,000lb. It's starting to look like not designing ...Jump to post
The competing A220 orders have been small. 55 vs. 2, yet are enough to help sell for the next 12 months. Embraer cannot give up and wine about being a victim. Get back in the ring and sell! Maybe this is why all the great sales people I know drink like fish... One needs to forget failures and focus...Jump to post
Dominion301 wrote:Any word as to whether the Fuji Dream Airlines E75s are E1s or E2s?
Greetings to Embraer. 2 additional E-195E2 to Binter Canarias. https://twitter.com/SpieleWERT/status/1140912394312585216 Is this the first E2 order or did I miss another? Good to hear we finally have a European launch customer. Is Winderoe expanding? I expected a top off order by now. (Of only one ...Jump to post
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/18/all-electric-jet-firm-eviation-announces-us-airline-as-first-customer.html Wow. Cape Air is going to buy The Tecnam P2012 as well as an all electric aircraft https://www.ainonline.com/sites/default/files/styles/ain30_fullwidth_large_2x/public/uploads/2019/06/5dwm5403...Jump to post
https://www.skiesmag.com/press-releases/viking-signs-sales-agreement-for-next-generation-cl-515-aerial-firefighter/ Republic of Indonesia launches the next generation CL415 (the CL515) with an order for 6 to Viking Aircraft. Couple Dash 8 sales and except for Airbus Viking might have the most exciti...Jump to post
I wouldn't be surprised if we see a E170E2 at Paris that is Embraer's response to the new 'space jet M100'. They kind of have to and if down the road scope relaxes you'll see more 175E2's sold, just like you saw with the 170 to 175 transfer in the E1 series. At this point what you can't have happen ...Jump to post
This is super awesome news. I have a feeling that the they will develop a Next Gen Dash 8-300 (50 seat config) and maybe even the DH8-100 Next gen (37 seat). It's pretty exciting, especially for me, since I've been flying "The Classic" for a while now. I'd love to see a "-100" w...Jump to post
https://twitter.com/embraer/status/1133429471980269568 No firm customer but it's on the production line. I guess at some point we'll find out if the emperor has no clothes or not if it ends up as the 330-800neo flying with no customer at first (or at all). The production advantage is one of the plac...Jump to post
I could modify the MRJ to sell, so I have no doubt Mitsubishi can too.
Lightsaber[/quote] Mitsubishi is accepting reality and taking the Mulligan. Embraer's needs to also. I see a market for a thousand to 1500 frames. Lightsaber[/quote] Thanks a bunch for the explanation makes a lot more sense now how trying to jumpstart the market through a carrier like Horizon just w...Jump to post
Besides US market and its scopes, the program is "full steam ahead" for the third member of the family: the E175-E2 ... first flight is due in first quarter of 2020 ... https://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h263/modelismo1/E175-E2%20first%20prototype_zpsqzo6grms.jpg Huh hadn't seen that pict...Jump to post
513 in US scope clause airlines plus 26 at Horizon (no 86,000 lb limit). Lightsaber Do you think the reason Horizon hasn't gone E2 is that they don't want to be stuck with an orphaned frame? Because my theory at one point was that Embraer was going to launch via Horizon the 175E2, and then use that...Jump to post
So now that the 195E2 is certified has anyone heard anything on the 175E2? Last I heard was the news on the 'first metal' cutting, but nothing since then. Last I heard was roll out in 2019 and certification 2021, has that all been mouthballed as I'd assume we'd be hearing some news on it if those we...Jump to post
Good boost for the program (everything helps), has anyone heard when certification for the 195E2 is? It's been a bit quiet, but I would think it's either close, or when it comes there will be a few more of these nice orders for it. It's more than likely going to be the vast majority of the E2's sold...Jump to post
Of course there's always the E2. Don't know what the updated status on LCY certification is, but it was in process as of last year.
https://www.londoncityairport.com/media ... er-e190-e2
https://www.aviationpros.com/engines-components/aircraft-engines/turbine-engines-parts/news/21068836/pratt-whitney-delivers-gtf-pw1900g-production-engines-for-embraer-e195e2-program Has the 195E2 been pushed back a bit, for some reason I thought it was on track for first half 2019, not second half....Jump to post
https://www.aviationpros.com/engines-co ... e2-program
Has the 195E2 been pushed back a bit, for some reason I thought it was on track for first half 2019, not second half.
The ATR 42-600 is a modern 50 seat turbo prop out there for sale. ... They're aren't sold by the hundreds though.. The question I always have to wonder however is does it sell poorly because the demand for the 72 is higher and the profit is higher so it makes it so ATR when they're filling a produc...Jump to post
If someone did, what kind of modernization is possible with them? (ok, I know that question takes the thread on a different path...) I've wondered if it would be possible to reengine with the new GE Catalyst, it's 1600 hp versus the engines on the 120 now of 1800 hp, but I'd think they might be abl...Jump to post
Updated backlog from Embraer (FINALLY) for the end of the year shows the following backlogs for 175's American 35 Horizon 7 Republic 100 Skywest 12 United 25 Total 180 Guessing with everyone scoped out all of these will be replacing CRJ's or 170's? The 100 republic orders are purely speculative, IM...Jump to post
ikolkyo wrote:I’d like to know who is behind all these aircraft, Azul behind the 195s possibly?
Glad to hear they've found homes for so many E2's. A little suprising especially because their order book is almost evenly split between the 190E2 and 195 (23 and 27). Between some of the orders this year and the leasing information makes me think that while overall the family sales have been disap...Jump to post
If there is a market for this then there is a market for a Q450 from Longview who acquired the rights to the Q400. . Per memory, exactly 2 Q-400 Combis have sold. Unless I am forgetting an East coast airline (I don't pay as much attention to them), AS is the only major US airline that subs out to a...Jump to post
Boise has 3+ nonstops to LAX, while GEG has one a day. Because so much of Boise’s growth is fueled by Californians I suspect the BOI-SoCal numbers are more fragmented (better familiarity with area airports than tourists). A Horizon FA told me BOI-SNA was a route under consideration several months a...Jump to post
Yeah, SNA-GEG/BOI aren't worthy of a SNA slot, nor does anyone operate the proper equipment who would be interested in a route like that. SNA-BOI numbers are driven by a very big corporate customer of WN. I'd be surprised if it doesn't get started soon. That'd be a really nice service to have, I th...Jump to post
Not sure what to think here. On one hand, this is a great, upgraded experience. On the other hand, this is kicking the can down the road on the need for more mainline and 76 seat RJs. Why is UA wasting their time here when they could just get the 100 seat E2 and do the same thing? The problem is th...Jump to post
EDIT: the CRJ-550s will be conversions of United's existing CRJ-700s and will not be new build frames. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ual-capacity/united-to-add-premium-seats-on-regional-and-mainline-jets-idUSKCN1PV0BF It's better that these CRJ-550s are conversions because these planes will be...Jump to post
I wonder what the trip cost delta is for a CRJ 700 vs a CRJ 200 or a 50 seat ERJ. The only thing I can think of is that due to higher maintenance for the 200 and maybe less efficient engines (thanks to age) that the delta must be smaller than one might think, otherwise I'm not sure how this pencils...Jump to post
Given Boeing doesn't break out model counts for 737MAX or 777X, I'm not sure how you expect anyone here to know (or be prepared to tell). Care to provide a list? Aercap 15 AGC 20 Avalon 20 BOC aviation 10 CALC China 15 United 100 Westjet 12 TUI 18 Virgin Australia 10 Lion Air 100 GOL 30 Flydubai 50...Jump to post
The current numbers I have as of the end of the year for the MAX are
61 MAX 7
Won't say my numbers are 100% on the nose but they're about as close as one can be right now with just the publicly available information.
Here is a good article, by the way...about BOI and potential future air service: https://boisedev.com/news/2018/10/01/boise-airport-east-coast-direct-flights-united-delta-southwest-new-york-dc-atlanta/ The airport is in the business of making it seem underserved although it really isn’t compared to...Jump to post
For the eight people here that care, Boise has put up their 2018 totals and had another 10% YOY total passenger increase. 3.87 MM in '18. Not broken down by carrier. Be nice to see over 4 MM in '19. https://www.iflyboise.com/media/1506/2018.pdf Very interesting, wish they'd put up a bigger breakdow...Jump to post
Glad to hear they've found homes for so many E2's. A little suprising especially because their order book is almost evenly split between the 190E2 and 195 (23 and 27). Between some of the orders this year and the leasing information makes me think that while overall the family sales have been disapp...Jump to post
Just take the 100 e2s Skywest has on order! I would think the a320s could cover a lot since they’ve really trimmed back the VX network. Aren't those cancelled? Sounds like they aren't 'cancelled' but due to parts of the contract being contingent on scope relief can't be seen as 'firm' anymore... ht...Jump to post
I bet Embraer decided to stretch the 195E2 just as much as they possibly could, and more than likely even with a slight stretch it wouldn't really change any dynamic of competition between it and the A220-300 already. The bigger nut to crack for the E2 is they need to keep the production rate advant...Jump to post
Just take the 100 e2s Skywest has on order! I would think the a320s could cover a lot since they’ve really trimmed back the VX network. I think if i remember right skywest isn't allowed due to their delta contract to fly planes that don't fit delta scope so i don't think that is possible. However h...Jump to post
I know it's got it's own thread, but in relation to the firming of the 175's for Republic I thought this question was best asked here... Do we know when roll out of the 175E2 will be? Sounds like 2019, but didn't know what part of the year (early late etc). Thanks! https://embraer.com/global/en/news...Jump to post