Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer is planning to become the market leader in aircraft under 150 seats and is consulting with airlines about a new turboprop family. “Yesterday and the day before [Sept. 12-13], we held an airline advisory board meeting at our European headquarters,” Embraer Commercial Aviation president & CEO John Slattery told the Aviation Club UK in London Sept. 14. He said Embraer and the continent’s lead flag carriers discussed the evolution ...

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