Is there a bright future for Embraer's E2 family of regional jets?

With competitors dropping out of the sector and existing aircraft due for renewal, Embraer has a golden opportunity to boost its market share, as Andreas Spaeth reports from Brazil

Sitting within a vast compound in São José dos Campos, Building F220 is at the core of Embraer’s civil aviation manufacturing operation. This is home to what has become the world’s third largest airliner family – albeit slightly unexpectedly.


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