Brazilian multinational aerospace corporation Embraer is set to showcase its defence and security, commercial aviation, business aviation, and urban air mobility solutions during the Singapore Airshow 2024, scheduled from February 20 to 25, 2024.
“We are excited to be back at the Singapore Airshow with a great lineup of aircraft that showcase the collective strength of Embraer,” said Francisco Gomes Neto, President and CEO at Embraer. “Our presence in Asia Pacific is growing and the Airshow provides us a great platform to further interact with the aerospace and defence communities across the region.”
Making its debut in Singapore is Embraer's C-390 Millennium multi-mission tactical transport aircraft. The aircraft, which has been gaining positive sales momentum, was recently chosen by South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA).
Returning to the Singapore Airshow is the E195-E2 commercial jet, acclaimed as the world's most fuel-efficient and quietest single-aisle aircraft. This time, it will be showcase in its latest 'Tech Eagle' livery.
Another first in Singapore is the Praetor 600, recognised as the most technologically advanced business jet in its class. Renowned for its exceptional performance and versatility, the Praetor 600 was delivered to South Korea's Flight Inspection Center (FIC) by the end of 2023.
Additionally, Eve Air Mobility is set to provide a comprehensive overview of its eVTOL, services, and operational solutions, which include its Urban Air Traffic Management software solution. The showcase will take place at Exhibition Hall C, Booth # C-C87. As part of its global tour, the company will unveil its full-size eVTOL cabin mockup for the first time in the Asia Pacific region.
To access additional information and details, be sure to explore Embraer's Press Activities during the Airshow at the times below:
Embraer Press Activities at the Show:
20 Feb 2024: Embraer Group Press Briefing (2pm, Function Room 3)
21 Feb 2024: Embraer C-390 Press Briefing (11am, Function Room 3)
20 – 22 Feb 2024, 3.30pm: Aircraft visits for journalists