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  • Y-20 Bacon
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    • Apr 2013
    • 2176

    Embraer gets 365 orders for new E2 jet. surpasses Sukhoi and Bombardier

    http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...rcraft-387226/

    amazing, its barely out and it already surpassed orders (firm and option) of Sukhoi and bombardier in one fell swoop!
    a bit saddening with all the efforts those two companies put in.. only to be beaten by the jet that wants to tango.
  • JSR
    JSR
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    • Aug 2011
    • 4976

    #2
    You do realize that these for next generation PW/MTU geared engines. it has no competition with current generation airplanes.

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    • Y-20 Bacon
      Senior Member
      • Apr 2013
      • 2176

      #3
      Originally posted by JSR View Post
      You do realize that these for next generation PW/MTU geared engines. it has no competition with current generation airplanes.
      and they still surpassed them! wow.

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      • Amiga500
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Feb 2010
        • 2166

        #4
        Originally posted by Y-20 Bacon View Post
        amazing, its barely out and it already surpassed orders (firm and option) of Sukhoi and bombardier in one fell swoop!
        a bit saddening with all the efforts those two companies put in.. only to be beaten by the jet that wants to tango.
        You are comparing two new designs to an iteration on an existing design.

        Furthermore, you are comparing the existing design getting orders off traditional customers to two manufacturers who the target airlines may not have had many previous dealings with. Therefore, they will be more cautious and wait till service entry and feedback prior to jumping on board.

        I'm not sure on the long-term prospects of the superjet, but I am pretty confident the CSeries will be a money earner for BA.

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        • JSR
          JSR
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Aug 2011
          • 4976

          #5
          Originally posted by Y-20 Bacon View Post
          and they still surpassed them! wow.
          Those order is solely related to new geared turbo fan engine offered on Embarer combined with quickly assembly from imported parts.
          Sukhoi Super Jet is dfferent kind of programe more oreinted towards creating industrial supply chain than speed of assembly.

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          • mnztr
            Rank 1 Registered User
            • Jun 2013
            • 2

            #6
            Originally posted by Y-20 Bacon View Post
            http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...rcraft-387226/

            amazing, its barely out and it already surpassed orders (firm and option) of Sukhoi and bombardier in one fell swoop!
            a bit saddening with all the efforts those two companies put in.. only to be beaten by the jet that wants to tango.
            Firstly the firm orders are ALL for E-175.. which is not expected to be delivered until 2020. No firm ordered for E190 or 195 E2. So of those 200 are all regional planes that will start delivery in 2020. Project schedule for E190 and 195 seem very suspect based on delivery and cert of their engines. (modded versions need to be built, tested and certificated). I would expect a failrly large CRJ order as there is no way Skywest is going to hang on to their 50 seaters that long and they will need to start dumping them much earlier then that. CRJ900 is the only available plane that has the efficiency today to match the MRJ or E-175 E2.

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            • Snow Monkey
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Feb 2009
              • 839

              #7
              Right, Superjet should really step in with a lease deal until they can be replaced by E-Jet NEO.

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