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Embraer lança "E2", a segunda geração de E-Jets

 

Em complemento aos "posts":

 

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/101546-50-paris-air-show/page-2

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/98031-embraer-ejets-detalhes-da-modernizacao-dos-modelos-atuais/?hl=ejet&do=findComment&comment=1026544

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/101852-o-duelo-entre-bombardier-e-embraer/?do=findComment&comment=1077068

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/96932-e-jets-segunda-geracao-novos-motores-selecionados/page-3?hl=ejet&do=findComment&comment=1012927

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/97804-embraer-seleciona-honeywell-para-avionica-dos-e-jets-g2/?hl=ejet&do=findComment&comment=1023264

 

Fonte: Flight Global

 

Embraer confident on E2 timeline

 

Embraer is confident that the re-engined E2 E-Jet series will meet its development timeline, despite delays to other recent aircraft programmes.

John Slattery, the airframer’s head of commercial, told Flightglobal in a recent interview that the programme is “right on top of the schedule of development.”

“We remain confident of the entry into service dates of the first half of 2018 for the E190, the first half of 2019 for the E195 and the first half of 2020 for the E175,” he says.

Slattery adds that the same team that managed the development of the original E-Jet series, now referred to as the E1, is managing the E2 development path.

With the announcement of an order for 50 E2s and 50 options from Indian carrier Air Costa at theSingapore air show, Embraer now holds 200 firm orders for the upgraded aircraft series.

Lessor ILFC and US regional carrier SkyWest Airlines are the other firm order customers that helped to launch the E2 at the Paris Air Show in June last year.

Asked about his confidence in the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G turbofan that will power the E2, Slattery says that among customers there is “amazing enthusiasm” for the new engine.

He adds that given the first E2 will not enter service until after the GTF-powered A320neo andBombardier CSeries do, there is less risk for its platform.

“We’re the beneficiaries of being a second mover,” says Slattery. “Assuming that the CSeries enters service on the timeline they’ve now announced, the engines on the CS100 will have been proven and the ‘squawks’ will be taken out, if there are any.”

 

Fonte: Flight Global

 

Embraer to ‘seed’ potential E2 customers with used E-Jets

 

Embraer is hoping to “seed” potential operators for the re-engined E2 series by placing used E1 series regional jets in areas such as Southeast Asia, Russia and Africa.

The airframer’s chief commercial officer John Slattery told Flightglobal in an interview that as the E1 series E-Jets come off lease, there is strong potential to place them with new operators, and eventually move them towards the new E2 series.

“The entry into service of the E-Jets was in 2004, so some of those first leases are naturally coming off lease now and some of that inventory has been presented to the market.”

He adds that at the recent Singapore air show, a number of potential customers expressed interest in acquiring used E-Jets, which would offer lower capital costs.

“These include operators that are turboprop operators, flying 50 seaters or flying older aircraft that are out of production from other manufacturers,” he says.

Embraer’s vice president Asia Pacific Mark Dunnachie adds that in Asia there is strong potential for those customers to take E1 series jets and later transition to the E2 series towards the end of the decade.

“The key here would be to capture some of those customers with an existing E-Jet solution now and then pull in the E2,” he says.

The E2 series, which will be re-engined with Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan powerplants, will also feature a number of other enhancements designed to reduce fuel burn by 15-20% over the current E1 series of jets.

The E-190E2 is due to enter service in 2018, followed a year later by the larger E-195E2. That will then be followed in 2020 with the E-175E2.

Despite the dearth of E-Jet operators in Southeast Asia, Dunnachie is upbeat that the seeding approach will bear fruit for the E2 in future.

“We’re confident that we will break into this market now,” he says.

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E2 - EMBRAER CONCLUI REVISÃO PRELIMINAR DE PROJETO DO E190-E2

São José dos Campos - SP, 24 de junho de 2014 – A EMBRAER concluiu no final de maio a fase de definição conjunta (Joint Definition Phase, ou JDP, na sigla em inglês) do jato E190-E2 com a execução da revisão preliminar do projeto.

A Empresa também finalizou os ensaios em túnel de vento do E190-E2, que será o primeiro modelo da segunda geração da família E-Jets de aviões comerciais para o segmento de 70 a 130 assentos, denominada E-Jets E2, planejada para entrar em operação a partir de 2018.

O próximo passo no desenvolvimento do E190-E2 será a revisão crítica do projeto, em que deverá ser comprovada a maturidade do produto, permitindo em seguida o início da fabricação dos protótipos.

Além disso, a equipe de engenharia da Embraer já voou o avião virtualmente pela primeira vez, o que permite avaliar as características da aeronave e oferecer aos engenheiros muitas horas de voo virtuais antes mesmo de a aeronave deixar o solo pela primeira vez.

Derivado do E190-E2, o E195-E2, cuja entrada em serviço está programada para 2019, iniciou a fase de definição conjunta em maio de 2014.

Paralelamente a esses desenvolvimentos, a EMBRAER concluiu os estudos conceituais do E175-E2, que deverá entrar em operação em 2020, dando início aos estudos preliminares e à campanha de ensaios aerodinâmicos em túnel de vento. O modelo E175-E2 terá asa e motor otimizados para o tamanho da aeronave, distintos da configuração adotada para o E190-E2 e o E195-E2.

Com os E-Jets E2, a EMBRAER reforça o compromisso com a melhoria contínua de sua linha de jatos comerciais e a manutenção da liderança no segmento de aviões a jato de 70 a 130 assentos.

Os três novos aviões (E175-E2, E190-E2 e E195-E2) têm motores de última geração da Pratt & Whitney, novas asas aerodinamicamente avançadas, controles de voo totalmente fly-by-wire e avanços em outros sistemas que resultarão em melhorias de dois dígitos no consumo de combustível, custos de manutenção, emissões de CO2 e do ruído externo em comparação à atual geração de E-Jets.
Fonte: Defesanet 24 de Junho, 2014 - 10:11 ( Brasília )

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Com 100 unidades vendidas, o E175-E2 se encaixa perfeitamente dentro do mercado das regionais americanas. A encomenda é da Skywest Airlines, que tem também 100 unidades encomendadas do modelo atual - as entregas começaram em Maio deste ano e voam com as cores da United Airlines.

 

Paradoxalmente o E175-E2 será o último da família E2 a voar em 2020.

 

Tanto o E190-E2 quanto o E195-E2 possuem cada 25 encomendas firmes + 25 opções de compra.

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Meus prezados:
Embraer avança em testes de jatos

Empresa já registrou 200 pedidos firmes de jatos da nova família, desde 2013
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Maquete de jato de nova família da Embraer. Foto: Divulgação
A Embraer, sediada em São José dos Campos, divulgou que concluiu no final de maio a fase de definição conjunta (Joint Definition Phase, ou JDP, na sigla em inglês) do jato E190-E2 com a execução da revisão preliminar do projeto.

A empresa também finalizou os ensaios em túnel de vento do E190-E2, que será o primeiro modelo da segunda geração da família E-Jets de aviões comerciais para o segmento de 70 a 130 assentos, denominada E-Jets E2, planejada para entr[/TXT]ar em operação a partir de 2018.
Segundo a companhia, o próximo passo no desenvolvimento do E190-E2 será a revisão crítica do projeto, em que deverá ser comprovada a maturidade do produto, permitindo em seguida o início da fabricação dos protótipos.
Além disso, a equipe de engenharia da Embraer já voou o avião virtualmente pela primeira vez, o que permite avaliar as características da aeronave e oferecer aos engenheiros muitas horas de voo virtuais antes mesmo de a aeronave deixar o solo pela primeira vez.
Derivado do E190-E2, o E195-E2, cuja entrada em serviço está programada para 2019, iniciou a fase de definição conjunta em maio de 2014.
Paralelamente a esses desenvolvimentos, a Embraer concluiu os estudos conceituais do E175-E2, que deverá entrar em operação em 2020, dando início aos estudos preliminares e à campanha de ensaios aerodinâmicos em túnel de vento.

O modelo E175-E2 terá asa e motor otimizados para o tamanho da aeronave, distintos da configuração adotada para o E190-E2 e o E195-E2.
Os três novos aviões (E175-E2, E190-E2 e E195-E2) têm motores de última geração da Pratt & Whitney, novas asas aerodinamicamente avançadas, controles de voo totalmente fly-by-wire e avanços em outros sistemas que resultarão em melhorias de dois dígitos no consumo de combustível, custos de manutenção, emissões de CO2 e do ruído externo em comparação à atual geração de E-Jets.
A Embraer já registrou 200 pedidos firmes de jatos da nova família, desde o lançamento, no ano passado.
Fonte: O VALE via CECOMSAER 26 jun 2014

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Acho que me expressei mal Ozires. Eu falo longe se comparar que o Cseries já está em voos de certificação.

 

A história do CSeries e o andamento do projeto está aqui no CR também ...

http://forum.contatoradar.com.br/index.php/topic/109287-bombardier-cseries-presente-e-futuro/?hl=cseries

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Fonte: Flight Global

 

Embraer will reveal a cabin mock-up of the first of its new E-Jet E2 family at Farnborough, as it presses ahead with development of its trio of re-engined regional jets.

The four-abreast interior incorporates a number of changes, including larger overhead bins with room for one standard-size carry-on bag per passenger.

Its concept, which will be on show in the static display, also includes a “staggered” business-class seat layout.

The Brazilian manufacturer says it has not made a final decision on the staggered seating but, speaking on a conference call to journalists on 24 June, Paulo Cesar Silva, executive vice president of commercial aviation, said airlines that have seen it have given positive feeback.

“Our customers are liking it very much,” he says.

Embraer concluded the joint definition phase for the E190-E2 at the end of May by conducting the preliminary design review and completing windtunnel tests. The next step will be the critical design review when the product’s maturity will be validated, enabling the production of prototypes to begin.

The E190-E2 is due to enter service in the first half of 2018, with the larger E195-E2 to follow in the first half of 2019, and the smaller E175-E2, which has a new wing, in 2020. Embraer launched the Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan-powered aircraft at the Paris air show last year with 150 orders from SkyWest and ILFC.

Embraer says it has also finished the concept studies of the E175-E2, which will be powered by the P&W PW1700G as opposed to the PW1900G in the larger variants. Silva says 2013 was “one of our best years ever”, with 349 firm orders, including the 150 for the E2, giving Embraer a backlog of around 400 jets.

The airframer is pitching the E190-E2 and E195-E2 as “complementary” to Airbus or Boeingnarrowbodies, allowing airlines “to right-size” on routes that are not dense enough for a larger single-aisle aircraft, particularly services that are being developed. It expects the E175-E2 to fill a more conventional regional aircraft feeder role.

Silva admits that Asia remains Embraer’s “biggest challenge” as many airlines are still not receptive to the idea of using a regional jet on thin routes. “There are a lot of routes that are not dense enough for a larger narrowbody, but we still have a long way to go [to convince Asian carriers], so shame on us,” he says.

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Maravilha!

Contando as horas pra ver imagens desse mock-up.

Ainda mais que Farnborough tá logo aí, a partir de 14 de julho.

 

:thumbsup:

.....e tb contando as hs para as novidades de Farnborough....especialmente as prováveis encomendas de Azul e Tam,ops Latam

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Fonte: Flight Global

 

FARNBOROUGH: E2 to be star of Embraer's show

 

One year after launching the re-engined E-Jet E2 family at the Paris air show, Embraer is putting the programme at the heart of its Farnborough presence.

The airframer’s E2 strategy at the show is two-pronged, says chief executive Frederico Curado. The firm wants to keep increasing its backlog of the current-generation E-Jet to bridge to the new model, while also highlighting the development of the E2.

“It’s a major development for us,” he says. “It’s not just a re-engining, but a major improvement of the aircraft, including new wings.”

Embraer is showcasing a cabin mock-up of the E2 at Farnborough, which Curado hopes will help airlines see for themselves the improvements the airframer is bringing to the E2.

Curado will not be drawn on potential deals, but says:“We work very hard of course to ensure our orders are going up.”

The airframer completed the joint definition phase for the Embraer 190 E2 at the end of May. It has also finalised windtunnel tests for the variant, as well as for the larger E195 E2. Since both variants share the same wing, it was practical for the tests to be conducted at the same time.

The E190 E2 is scheduled to enter service first, in the first half of 2018, and will be followed by the E195 E2 around a year later. The smallest family member – the E175 E2 – completes the line-up in 2020.

The E190 E2 is now in the critical design review phase. Curado declines to specify when this phase will be completed, but says the programme is on schedule. “We are absolutely on time,” he dds.

Embraer has so far secured 200 firm orders for the E2 family. Curado says Embraer has a target “internally” for the number of commitments it wants to accumulate prior to service entry, but declines to make it public. “We’ve had an outstanding start,” he says. “It’s still three and a half years to 2018. Large orders do not happen every day. We are comfortable [with the number of orders now]. We will continue to grow [the backlog].”

Curado adds that he is untroubled by a recent uncontained engine failure involving a Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan engine on a Bombardier CSeries test aircraft. P&W is developing two variants of the same powerplant – the PW1700G and PW1900G – to power the E2 family.

Noting that Embraer does not know exactly what happened with the CSeries engine, Curado says the airframer has spoken with P&W and is reassured that “we are not at risk at all”.

“[P&W] is absolutely reliable,” he says. “They have reassured us there’s nothing to be concerned about.”

Embraer holds around 600 options in its backlog for the current-generation E-Jet – known as the E1 – and Curado is hopeful demand in the USA will help convert a portion of those. “We do expect major demand for the E1 to come from the USA in the next few years,” he says, due to US carriers’ ongoing fleet replacement of 50-seat regional jets. “It’s hard to say how many will be converted," he adds.

Curado expects these conversions to be concentrated in 2015-2016. Four US carriers currently hold a total of 277 options for the E1 E-Jet – Republic Airways, United Airlines, SkyWest and American Airlines. “Hopefully we get a good side of that,” Curado says.

With the E2 scheduled to enter service from 2018 onwards, Curado says he does not expect to see a meaningful secondary market for used E1 E-Jets until later. Noting that the first E170 entered service 10 years ago, he says: “There are still several years ahead of us before we see meaningful quantities of E-Jets coming into the secondary market.

“It will be towards the end of the decade when we will see real secondary markets.”

Sales potential for used E1 E-Jets will be “pretty global”, believes Curado, adding that the twinjet is a good fit for an airline’s regional network. Several carriers also use the E190 as a mainline aircraft, he adds. “We have a pretty diverse customer base today,” he says.

While he acknowledges the E-Jet family has a lower penetration rate in Asia compared to other parts of the world, he says this is due to the region’s preference for larger aircraft. “The market has not yet developed an ideal balance [in aircraft size],” says Curado.

Lessor operators of the E-Jet also have a “wide customer spread”, he adds, saying this will ensure the E1 E-Jets are placed.

While the E-Jet family will take centre stage at Farnborough, Embraer’s defence portfolio is likely to have a more muted presence. Curado says an order announced in May for 28 Embraer KC-390s by the Brazilian air force will "probably not" be finalised during the show.

Bureaucracy – or “formal approvals” in Curado's words – is holding up the ratification of the deal. Nonetheless, he believes the contract will be finalised in the third quarter. “[it’s a] question of letting the paperwork flow. It will be done. It is unlikely it will happen in the next few weeks,” he says.

Top priority now is to nail down the final specification of the aircraft with its lead customer, notes Curado. However, orders from other nations that indicated interest in the twinjet – the Czech Republic, Chile, Colombia, Argentina and Portugal – may be slower to firm up.

“I don’t expect quick campaigns. Military campaigns are typically long. So two years, maybe. That’s a typical timeframe for a complex contract to be negotiated and executed,” he says, indicating 2015-2016 as an estimate.

The KC-390 should be certificated by 2016, following first flight scheduled for later this year. “That’s going to be a catalyst for those discussions," Curado says.

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Semana que vem... Farnborough... será que teremos novidades. Acho que sim.

Estou na esperança da TAM anunciar sua frota regional.

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Eu quero saber da Azul...quantos vão ser e se vão dobrar a Azul pra comprar também o 175E2 ja que eles não se conformam da Azul voar o ATR.

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Quem não se conforma com o quê...

 

A Azul opera o ATR... E muitos Ejets... E onde usa os ele é a melhor opção... E daí? Tem montes de 175 na carteira da Embraer...

 

Não coloque pensamentos na cabeça dos outros.

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Quem será que eles estão focando internamente? A AD já é cliente quem será que esta negociando com a Embraer?

 

A GOL não é até vôos internacionais ele usam 737 sem nada.

 

 

Embraer has so far secured 200 firm orders for the E2 family. Curado says Embraer has a target “internally” for the number of commitments it wants to accumulate prior to service entry, but declines to make it public

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