Embraer confirmed that it will take its main planes to the Dubai Airshow, the most important aerospace event in the Middle East.
The C-390 Millennium tactical freighter, the A-29 Super Tucano turboprop, the Praetor 600 private jet and its largest commercial aircraft, the E195-E2, will be on display in its space at the air show, displaying the new “Tech Eagle” livery.
The urban air mobility subsidiary Eve will also participate with the presentation of the mock-up of its full-size eVTOL cabin.
“Our strong presence at the Dubai Airshow reflects the Middle East’s growing interest in Embraer’s products, services high-technology solutions,” said Francisco Gomes Neto, President and CEO at Embraer.
Our constant expansion in the region, as well as in other regions of the world, is a direct result of our increasingly competitive innovation and our ability to satisfy the most diverse customer needs.”
In addition to Embraer, aircraft confirmed at the Dubai Airshow include the Boeing 777-9, Air India Express’ 737 MAX 8, the 777-300ERSF freighter developed by IAI, the PC-24 private jet and Emirates passenger planes (A380), Qatar (A350-1000) and Saudia (A320neo), among others.
The Dubai Airshow will be held between November 13 and 17 at Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, in the south of the city.