Feb 2, 2024
Embraer (NYSE: ERJ; B3: EMBR3) will display its defense & security, commercial aviation, business aviation and urban air mobility solutions at the Singapore Airshow 2024, taking place from 20 – 25 February 2024. The biennial Singapore Airshow is Asia’s most influential international aerospace and defense exhibition.
“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 defense communities across the region.”
For the first time at the show, Embraer will present the C-390 Millennium multi-mission tactical transport aircraft. The aircraft is experiencing a positive sales momentum and was recently selected by South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA).
Also making its debut in Singapore is the Praetor 600, the most technologically advanced business jet in its category. The Praetor 600, renowned for its exceptional performance and versatility, was delivered to South Korea’s Flight Inspection Center (FIC) at the end of 2023.
The E195-E2 commercial jet, the world’s most fuel-efficient and quietest single-aisle aircraft returns to the Singapore Airshow, this time sporting the newest ‘Tech Eagle’ livery. The E2 received important orders in the region last year, including Scoot, and deliveries more than doubled in 2023 in comparison with the previous year.
Making the company’s debut at the Singapore Air Show, Eve Air Mobility will be presenting an overview of its eVTOL, services and operations solutions including its Urban Air Traffic Management software solution at Exhibition Hall C Booth #C-C87. The company will have its full-size eVTOL cabin mockup on display, marking its first trip to Asia Pacific as part of its world tour. Eve and will also offer visitors a unique virtual reality (VR) flight experience.
Singapore is the nerve center for Embraer’s Asia Pacific operations, in addition to the Company’s China office in Beijing.