Embraer, which has worked on a predesign for a potential E-Jet E1 cargo conversion, is contemplating a 70- to 90-seat turboprop and may decide on the next aircraft after 2020. “Our focus now is the E2. We have our hands full to 2020, and then the company will decide what to do next,” Embraer Commercial Aviation COO Luis Carlos Affonso told ATW on the sidelines of a pre-Farnborough Airshow briefing at Embraer’s plant in Evora, Portugal on June 28. “Today there is not ...

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