Demonstrating the company’s unique position within the commercial, defense, and executive aircraft markets, three Embraer aircraft will have their Paris Air Show (www.paris-air-show.com) debut during the 52ème Salon International de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, June 19-25, at the Le Bourget Airport, in Paris, France.
This is going to be Embraer’s largest presence at a major airshow bringing together a static display that showcases the new E195-E2, the largest member of the second generation of Embraer’s family of commercial jets, the multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft KC-390 and the state-of-the-art mid-light business jet Legacy 450, a remarkable union of technology and design aircraft that flies faster and farther than any other jets in its class.
These three full fly-by-wire technology new generation aircraft will take part at the airshow’s daily flight display. The acclaimed runway legend ERJ 145 from the customer HOP! will also be in static display.
Embraer Chalet and Pavilion will be located at #314.
All media events to be held at the Embraer chalet are as follows:
Tuesday 20th June:
11:00 – Event to celebrate the ERJ-145’s 20 years of operation with HOP! Air France
12:00 – Main Embraer Commercial Aviation press conference hosted by Commercial Aviation President & CEO, John Slattery.
Wednesday 21st June:
11:00 – KC-390 Technical press briefing with Paulo Gastão Silva, VP, KC-390 program
13:00 – Press briefing for Embraer’s newly established business unit, Support & Services. To be hosted by Johann Bordais, President and CEO Support & Services.
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