Embraer’s E195-E2, KC-390, and Legacy 450 debut at the Paris Air Show 2017

PARIS AIR SHOW. Embraer, in its largest showing at a major airshow, has three aircraft on display at Paris Air Show. The manufacturer of commercial, defense, and executive aircraft boasts a static display showcasing its new E195-E2, the largest of the second generation of Embraer’s family of commercial jets, KC-390 multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft, and Legacy 450mid-light business jet, called “a remarkable union of technology and design aircraft that flies faster and farther than any other jets in its class,” by company officials.

Embraer, in its largest showing at a major airshow, has three aircraft on display at Paris Air Show. The manufacturer of commercial, defense, and executive aircraft boasts a static display showcasing its new E195-E2, the largest of the second generation of Embraer’s family of commercial jets, KC-390 multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft, and Legacy 450mid-light business jet, called “a remarkable union of technology and design aircraft that flies faster and farther than any other jets in its class,” by company officials. These three full fly-by-wire technology new generation aircraft are taking part at the air show’s daily flight display. The ERJ 145 from the customer HOP! Is also in the static display.
Embraer, in its largest showing at a major airshow, has three aircraft on display at Paris Air Show. The manufacturer of commercial, defense, and executive aircraft boasts a static display showcasing its new E195-E2, the largest of the second generation of Embraer’s family of commercial jets, KC-390 multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft, and Legacy 450mid-light business jet, called “a remarkable union of technology and design aircraft that flies faster and farther than any other jets in its class,” by company officials. These three full fly-by-wire technology new generation aircraft are taking part at the air show’s daily flight display. The ERJ 145 from the customer HOP! Is also in the static display.

PARIS AIR SHOW. Embraer, in its largest showing at a major airshow, has three aircraft on display at Paris Air Show. The manufacturer of commercial, defense, and executive aircraft boasts a static display showcasing its new E195-E2, the largest of the second generation of Embraer’s family of commercial jets, KC-390 multi-mission transport and aerial refueling aircraft, and Legacy 450mid-light business jet, called “a remarkable union of technology and design aircraft that flies faster and farther than any other jets in its class,” by company officials.

These three full fly-by-wire technology new generation aircraft are taking part at the air show’s daily flight display. The ERJ 145 from the customer HOP! Is also in the static display.

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