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A Mixed Blessing For the Commercial Aircraft Industry – New Entrants

Posted February 23, 2018|
The global fleet of commercial aircraft consists overwhelmingly of machines built by a handful of manufacturers in Western Europe, North America, and Brazil. Not since regional jets supplanted turboprops in the 1990’s, sparking the popularity of Embraer’s ERJ family of twin-engine regional jets, has aviation seen the successful commercialization of a turbo-fan powered commercial aircraft manufactured outside North America or Europe.

That will likely change thanks to a slate of new designs expected to become operational over the next five years – a blessing to some, a curse to others.

 

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