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Major Retirement Of E175s When E175-E2 Enters Service Unlikely

E175
With ongoing demand from U.S. regionals and, potentially, Africa, the E175 likely will remain in production.
Credit: Embraer
Scope clauses play a big impact on the Embraer E175 fleet and its existing and emerging competitors.

 

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