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Embraer E190-E2 Granted Chinese Type Certification

E-Jets Building Momentum on Chinese Market as Embraer Eyes New Markets

The Embraer E190-E2 has received its Type Certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), proving the Brazilian manufacturer's focus on the market is paying off. 

The E2 program will likely be a start, as the company expects its larger E195-E2 aircraft to follow in the 190's footsteps shortly. The single aisle jet seats 114 in 2x2 seating, a kind of right-size fit for many city pairs within the Chinese market. The company has also been eying the freight market, particularly its new passenger-to-freighter program. The plan holds merit, allowing operators to repurpose older aircraft lacking the customer-enticing panache of newer models into functional cargo haulers.

“CAAC’s certification of the E190-E2 is great news for Embraer and our prospective customers in China,” said Arjan Meijer, President and CEO of Embraer Commercial Aviation. “Certification paves the way for significant E190-E2 business opportunities in China – data reveals that one billion people living in China’s second and third tier cities have never taken a flight.” 

Meijer added, “The E190-E2 and E195-E2, seating up to 114 and 146 passengers respectively, offers complementary capacity to China’s indigenous ARJ21 and C919 aircraft. The E2 will not only provide the best in class economics and emission reductions for airlines, but also help to accelerate implementation of China’s Essential Air Service program to connect more secondary and tertiary cities.”

“It’s a big moment for our newest generation Embraer jet – the E190-E2 – to be certified by CAAC,” said Guo Qing, Managing Director and VP Commercial Aviation, Embraer China. “Besides its right-size and fuel efficiency, the E190-E2 was born with superior hot-and-high capability. It’s the first aircraft in its class to have flown to some of the world's highest airports in western China including Lasha and Yushu. We believe the E190-E2 is the best aircraft to serve low density but high elevation markets in western China with the right performance, more profitability.”

FMI:www.embraer.com

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