Aircraft manufacturer Embraer has announced, that Congo Airways has opted to convert its order for Embraer E175 aircraft to E190-E2 jets.
Embraer has announced, that it has signed an agreement with the Government of Kiribati to firm up an order for E190-E2 aircraft for flag-carrier Air Kiribati.
Swiss International Air Lines and Helvetic Airways has announced to expand their existing collaboration. The new deal sees E190-E2 aircraft to operate for Swiss.
As Embraer is expecting the certification for its next generation jet, the E190-E2, the aircraft manufacturer has announced some results from the flight tests.
The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer confirmed in Athens, Greece that the delivery of the first E190-E2 to Scandinavian regional airline Widerøe is scheduled for April 2018. During the annual general meeting of the European Regional Airline Association (ERA), Embraer announced the news and the plan of delivering the first new generation aircraft in early 2018. Widerøe’s E190-E2 will be configured with a single-class cabin with 114 seats.