Embraer is deferring entry into service of the E175-E2, the third member of its new-generation “E2” airliner family, by a year to 2021. It cites ongoing uncertainty over the settlement of scope clause agreements at mainline carriers in the U.S., the chief market for the variant. The Brazilian-based manufacturer is on or ahead of schedule in developing the larger E190-E2 and follow-on E195-E2 versions, and says that despite the decision to push back service entry, development of ...

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