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Carlsbad: CP Air resumes efforts to launch regional airline
Once established and certified as a FAR Part 121 carrier, CP Air will integrate the larger, 70-seat EMB-170 into its fleet that is projected to grow to 20 aircraft in three to four years.
Embraer-Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica Downgraded to Neutral at BofA
Embraer-Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica (NYSE:ERJ) shares were down by 4.6% on Thursday as BofA/Merrill Lynch downgraded its rating to neutral from buy. The stock is down 4.
Tough Times Selling A Turboprop In The U.S. Market
Within the US, Horizon Air (part of Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK)) replaced its Embraer (NYSE: ERJ) E-170 and Bombardier (OTCPK:BMBPY) CRJ-700 with Bombardier Q400 for efficiency and to play on a green theme in the Pacific Northwest. Customers don't ...
United Airlines flight makes emergency landing in El Dorado
The Embraer 170, twin engine plane was diverted to South Arkansas Regional Airport in El Dorado. There were 66 passengers on board, with four crew members on the flight. Airport Manager of South Arkansas Regional Airport in El Dorado, Tim Johnson, ...
Flashback Friday: The Embraer E-Jet Family
In 1997, Embraer began studies for a 70-seat aircraft. The new aircraft would have the ERJ-170 designation. The original plan was to retain the nose and cockpit of the ERJ-145, while having a new wing and wider fuselage.

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