On Board

Such was the success of the Embraer E1 cabin, that passengers boarding the E2 may not notice too many differences. The standard 2+2 configuration, popular with travellers who generally dislike the middle seat, has been retained but other changes have been made, which Embraer says makes the jet feel even more spacious. “It is interesting how the E1 is the benchmark in terms of passenger comfort today,” explained Fernando Antonio de Oliveira, director for the E-Jets E2 programme, citing passenger satisfaction surveys conducted by both Lufthansa and KLM.

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