E195-E2 Tech Eagle

Embraer will present the Praetor 600 and C-390 at the Singapore Airshow for the first time

Brazilian planemaker will also have the E195-E2 commercial jet at the air show considered the most influential in Asia, which will begin on February 20

Embraer confirmed its presence at the Singapore Airshow 2024, the largest aerospace event in Asia, which will take place between the 20th and 25th of February.

It will be the debut of two aircraft from the Brazilian company at the air show, the Praetor 600 business jet and the C-390 Millennium airlifter.

The two aircraft have had significant achievements in the region recently. While the Praetor had a example delivered to the South Korean Flight Inspection Center, the military freighter was chosen by the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) within the Large Transport Aircraft II (LTA II) competition in December.

“We are excited to be back at the Singapore Airshow with a great lineup of aircraft that showcase the collective strength of Embraer,” said Francisco Gomes Neto, President and CEO at Embraer. “Our presence in Asia Pacific is growing and the Airshow provides us a great platform to further interact with the aerospace and defense communities across the region.”

C-390 Millennium (Embraer)

Debut by Scoot carrier in 2024

Another confirmed aircraft is the E195-E2, which now features the Tech Eagle livery, revealed last year.

The commercial aircraft has already been at the Singapore Airshow, but this time there is a new factor, the upcoming debut of the E2 family in the city-state.

Singapre Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary Scoot is about to take delivery of its first E190-E2, from a leasing agreement for nine aircraft.

Praetor 600 business jet (Embraer)

The new customer will mark the debut of the second-generation E-Jets in Southeast Asia.

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Eve Air Mobility, a subsidiary of Urban Air Mobility, will also be present with a shelf containing a full-scale model of the eVTOL cabin. The electric aircraft is expected to debut on the market in 2026.


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