Embraer prepares for a strong presence at Farnborough Airshow

New freighter E190F to debut at British show

Defence & Aerospace

July 10, 2024

/ By / Paris

Embraer prepares for a strong presence at Farnborough Airshow

The company says that it is currently experiencing very positive momentum across all businesses as it begins celebrating its 55th anniversary

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer is headed to the upcoming Farnborough Airshow in the United Kingdom where it will put on display a number of aircraft including the brand-new E-Freighter, the E190F, that will make its debut. Embraer will also showcase aircraft for commercial aviation and defence industries.

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With days to go before the Farnborough Air Show gets underway in Farnborough, an English town, about 60 km south-west of London, that is key hub of aerospace industry, a number of aerospace companies have announced their participation in the key defence and aviation event.

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer says it will arrive with a strong presence at the Farnborough International Airshow, the most significant aviation and aerospace event of the year that is set to take place from July 22-26. 

In a press statement, Embraer says that at the event, it will debut the brand-new E-Freighter, the E190F, marking its first public appearance. The company says that it is currently experiencing very positive momentum across all businesses as it begins celebrating its 55th anniversary.

According to the statement, Embraer’s lineup at the show highlights its leading portfolio of aircraft for commercial aviation and defence, which includes the E195-E2, the world’s most efficient and quietest narrowbody, the C-390 Millennium multi-mission military tactical transport and the A-29 Super Tucano multi-role aircraft, the gold standard for a broad range of missions such as light attack, aerial surveillance and interception and counterinsurgency. 

Embraer says that the C-390 Millennium and the E195-E2 will also take part in the flight display.

The E190F, which performed its maiden flight earlier this year, is a passenger jet converted to a freighter (E-Freighter). The E-Jets freighters, E190F and E195F, were launched in 2022 to meet the changing demands of e-commerce and modern trade, which require fast deliveries and decentralised operations.

Francisco Gomes Neto

Francisco Gomes Neto

“I am sure this will be another great airshow for Embraer. Farnborough is the main stage of the aviation industry and we look forward to meeting with our customers, partners and many other stakeholders as we kick off our 55th anniversary celebrations.  Embraer is experiencing very positive momentum, growing in a profitable way through the execution of our business strategy,” says Francisco Gomes Neto, President and CEO, Embraer.

The statement adds that inside the Embraer chalet, visitors will have the chance to take a closer look at multiple activities related to innovation, new technologies and the company’s roadmap to sustainable aviation, such as the Energia Family concept aircraft. 

Also, Embraer’s fully-owned sustainable aviation firm, Eve Air Mobility, will be presenting updates on the development of its electric vertical take-off and landing vehicle (eVTOL) and the Urban Air Traffic Management software Vector, including a full-size eVTOL cabin mockup and a unique virtual reality (VR) flight experience.

Since it was founded in 1969, Embraer has delivered more than 9,000 aircraft. On average, about every 10 seconds an aircraft manufactured by Embraer takes off somewhere in the world, transporting over 145 million passengers a year.

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