Second E195-E2 for BLUE, PS-AEA, "Pink Rainbow" in flight test for delivery to its operator.
Is it a surprise? And some here insist that it "annihilate" the competition ... Everyone here knows that after EIS "headaches" and tweaking still occur ... Meanwhile, the E175-E2, the last member of the E2 family, is already testing and preparing for the maiden flight by the end...Jump to post
And the E195-E2 is due to enter service with Binter Canarias and Helvetic Airways in the next few weeks too.Jump to post
Future is near ... Source: https://aviationweek.com/crossover-narrowbody-jets/embraer-predicts-e175-e2-first-flight-year-end Embraer Predicts E175-E2 First Flight By Year-End Excerpt: Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer expects the E175-E2 to make its first flight later this year, with an entry ...Jump to post
I get really sad when there is a GOOD AND POSITIVE posting of something anywhere, on any platform, on any topic and the first handful of comments are cynical people who just love the drop a turd in the punchbowl. Lately I have just stopped reading Instagram and others because of the vitriol. I know...Jump to post
I'm sorry, but as an Embraer fan, I am fed up with all excuses Embraer executives have given during the last years to justify the E2 weak sales. When the E2 program was launched a few years ago, I expected it to be a bestseller. It is disappointing to realize that I was wrong and that today Embraer...Jump to post
Totally agree. And Boeing should fire Embraer entire sales force team. The E2 sales are ridiculous. One of the biggest business failures of all time. Pardon me to disagree. Sales are in full steam but the agreements are stalled waiting for better conditions till JV Boeing-Embraer, aka Boeing Brasil...Jump to post
That project team needs to be moved to Seattle then. Boeing needs them there. Totally agree. And Boeing should fire Embraer entire sales force team. The E2 sales are ridiculous. One of the biggest business failures of all time. Pardon me to disagree. Sales are in full steam but the agreements are s...Jump to post
That project team needs to be moved to Seattle then. Boeing needs them there. It will be the other way around: part of Boeing has bags packed for SJK in Brazil. In January 2020 the 15,000 employees in SJK and BHZ will go on collective vacations to separate the units: - Faria Lima unit in SJK will b...Jump to post
gatibosgru wrote:scbriml wrote:airtran737 wrote:Too bad they can’t get significant orders for their project
But the project was brilliantly executed.
There are some projects that sold fairly well but were executed horribly, not sure anyone should be laughing here.
Sorry for my ignorance but what kind of award is this? In my line of work, you actually can PAY for certain awards (which are given based on the amount of contribution you give rather than the merits alone). SKYTRAX is also another well know award which tends to be considered unreliable. Not saying...Jump to post
airtran737 wrote:Too bad they can’t get significant orders for their project
Source: https://airinsight.com/embraer-honored-by-project-management-institute-for-e190-e2/ Excerpts: "The Embraer E190-E2 was named Project of the Year by the Project Management Institute. The Project of the Year award recognizes a large and complex program that best delivers superior performa...Jump to post
Source: https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/european-regulatory-review-delays-boeing-embraer-tie-461259/ European regulatory review delays Boeing-Embraer tie up Excerpt: News that the Commission was taking a closer look at the deal broke several days ago but Boeing and Embraer's announcement ...Jump to post
Next to follows: Helvetic and Binter Canarias. Azul will receive an E195-E2 every two weeks. And about the E175-E2: Source: https://airinsight.com/embraers-e175-e2-and-e175-offer-regional-market-flexibility/ Excerpt: "Yesterday we had a chance to view the E175-E2 in final assembly. No pictures ...Jump to post
NWADTWE16 wrote:and well anything Brazil should be boycotted at the moment.
One of the selling points for the M100 is that its even closer to mainline cabin experience with larger bins, higher standing room, and more floor space for flexible cabin and galley layouts than the E175-E2 Sorry for disappoint you ... not even close ... https://i2.wp.com/thepointsguy.com/wp-conte...Jump to post
One think to consider is that during the first two years of Airbus or Boeing ownership, the aircraft will be modified to their standards.
Three new movies about the E2 family:
First E190-E2 to Helvetic Airways:
First E195-E2 to Binter Canarias:
First E175-E2 in house colors:
EMBRAER: 50 Years Anniversary. On August 19th, Embraer will celebrate 50 years of life. Born to build the EMB-100 Bandeirante, Its history is a source of pride to all of us Brazilians. "A fantastic jorney: A cause of a shy but persistent dream: to produce airplanes in Brazil. This would require...Jump to post
You can have the best design on the market, if quality and customer support are deficient you are dead. Embraer seems to be reliable on those aspects, and we can guess that with Boeing it will stay like that. Mitsubishi needs to build the whole infrastructure around its SpaceJet almost from ashes. ...Jump to post
queb wrote:Yes the M100 will be a huge success in the US regional airlines. He will kill the E175-E1 and E2
I can’t understanding the obcession of some here in bringing a new type to a fleet just for a flight from monday to friday with a stop for immigration services.
And, as said before, pilots contracts limit the number of seats of BAC ...
I seem to vagualy remember this thread being titled 'A220 DELIVERY and PRODUCTION thread'. Not the 'endless griping and going in circles about whether the A220-300 will ever be certified for LCY' thread. Is that just me? A new thread, if accepted by the moderator on A220-300 (CS300) at LCY. https:/...Jump to post
I stopped at Gainjet - you had proven lightsaber's point. Other than Aeromexico Connect those are all small operators of E190s (many fewer than ten copies), nowhere near big enough to make a market in parts and service. The secondary market for E190s is thin, thin, thin. The market in parts and ser...Jump to post
Well, I was not able to find this topic, want to bring it in here, yesterday Avianca ended operations of their Embraer 190 fleet: https://www.transponder1200.com/adios-vaquero-avianca-se-despide-de-su-ultimo-embraer-e190/ (In spanish) They say the airplanes are being grounded, but, do they have a n...Jump to post
I personally believe KLM will eventually excercise all options on the E2-195 and replace all E-190 with larger aircraft and some 73G with E2-195s on the routes that cannot support larger aircraft. I believe most 73Gs will be replaced by larger aircraft. Many routes will lose frequency to higher yie...Jump to post
Houston, Nasa, United, Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969, 50 years of the first man on the Moon ...
I don't know why you are so adamant about this. Honestly buddy, let it go ... What I know, is what Embraer knows, is what KLM knows ... But that's another story to whom I owe obligations !!! Anything different is speculation here in a forum where everyone has the right to express themselves ... Oka...Jump to post
I don't know why you are so adamant about this.
I understand the question and answer perfectly, but you state replacement of the 737-700 "is taken for granted" - yet there is no indication this is true. Maybe I just know ???? https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/paris-klm-joins-e2-customer-list-459202/ "KLM started evaluatin...Jump to post
The order is: LOI for 15 firm and purchase rights for 20 more ... 16 73G 32 E190 So 15 to replace the 73G's and options to replace most of the 190's, and then maybe some 190E2's down the road if the 195E2 can't work with LCY. Makes perfect sense to me. Perfect !!! It's my thinking too ... First rep...Jump to post
They never said it will replace their actual fleet of E190. Actually they did. E195-E2, nicknamed 'Profit Hunter' for its economic performance, will eventually replace the E190 at KLM Cityhopper according to a spokesperson at KLM. https://www.luchtvaartnieuws.nl/nieuws/categorie/2/airlines/klm-blij...Jump to post
In fact, KLM aims to replace its fleet of 737-700. They never said it will replace their actual fleet of E190."Asked how many E195-E2s will be used for growth versus replacement, Elbers said it depended on the market situation at KLM's Amsterdam Schiphol hub." So you state the E195-E2s wi...Jump to post
Thanks for the reply @Frigatebird - much appreciated! So, I guess the summary for now and options are these: Current order for 15 E2s is to replace the 737-700s. Then there are two options depending on whether KLM eat the additional slots: If they get the slots then: a) Keep exisitng E1 fleet and u...Jump to post
(Sorry for the size of images guys ... I really don´t know how to make them smaller :( ) https://cdn.seatguru.com/en_US/img/20190523194706/seatguru/airlines_new/KLM/KLM_Boeing_737-700.svg KL 737-700 https://aviacionline.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Embraer-E195-E2-interior-layout.jpg E195-E2 cabin...Jump to post
Resale on E-190s is poor, oh well. Not that much ... only on the inicial batch of produced aircraft ... We have many examples of airplanes in the first production lots that are already in the second or third operator ... The CF-34-10 has never been a great engine. Agree 100%. And the interest in im...Jump to post
This sort of stuff isn't a big deal. The rest of the engine is fine. This is about a $180,000 part having to be replaced early. Lightsaber Late edit:. To further extend the analogy, your break rotors will corrode past safe in say 20 months, but this is taxi duty. So you will still get to 90% of the...Jump to post
Pratt & Whitney reduces life limits for A220, E190/E195-E2 engines: Source: https://atwonline.com/engines/pratt-whitney-reduces-life-limits-a220-e190e195-e2-engines This sounds no good ... Excerpt: "Pratt & Whitney has reduced life limits on PW1500G and PW1900G geared turbofan (GTF) hig...Jump to post
You suggested that they aren’t changing the branding of the Ejets. I just shared a quote that it’s undecided. What’s your point? Honestly, it’s like dealing with a PR machine rather than a fellow forum member at times. No, you just ignored my post number 768 where it is written that although there ...Jump to post
http://m.atwonline.com/aircraft-engines/embraer-seeks-customer-input-e-jet-branding?NL=ATW-04&sfvc4enews=42&cl=article_1&utm_rid=CPEN1000000413697&utm_campaign=19867&utm_medium=email&elq2=6f5bd2c80cb6479ea38d45d2c5fb0107 “A decision on whether to rename Embraer’s E-Jets is s...Jump to post
lightsaber wrote: ExMilitaryEng wrote: VV wrote: Why over a 3:1 sales discrepancy? Aggressive pricing! A220-300 being sold for less than 195-E2, it carries more passengers, than this is a no brainer. People do not seem to want to glimpse the obvious or have not read my post from number 163 here ......Jump to post
... and B6 ordered the A220 ... They were with us, until Airbus came ... You maybe have no idea with whom we were dealing at that time. But that will gonna change, since now we are part of Boeing ... ... the A220 has over 500 sales, most the -300 ... As per wikipedia: 537. But some doubts at this m...Jump to post