Watch as Embraer delivers the new E195-E2 to global launch carrier, Azul Brazilian Airlines.
Embraer looks to accelerate E2 sales and production rates with Boeing partners as the E195-E2 secures triple regulatory approval.
With new scope negotiations due between now and 2022, OEMs are hopeful enough changes will enable their new crossover narrowbody jets to penetrate the North American market.
Europe has provided the launch operators for several crossover narrowbody jets.
Crossover narrowbody jet manufacturers eye Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and parts of northeast Asia as a key sales battlegrounds.
Low-cost carriers stand to gain more market access by adding crossover jets to their fleets.
Manufacturers are confident that the market will prevail, despite political issues that may affect sales in Russia.
Crossover narrowbodies—whose capacity falls between regionals and single-aisles—are almost all clean-sheet designs and have maintainability “designed in.”
The vast amount of China’s intermediate-size cities could bode well for a surge in narrowbody aircraft to serve those destinations.
Could an upstart use A220s and Embraer E2s to overfly hubs?