Where the new Bombardier CSeries and Embraer E2 jets fit in the air transportation business is an open question. Is this new breed of next-generation small airliners considered to be at the top end of the regional jet market or the low end of the mainline narrowbody market, nudging into Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 territory? For the E2s, “it’s a little bit of both,” Embraer Commercial Aviation president Paulo Cesar Silva said. “There is a big need from the airlines in ...

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