São José dos Campos, Brazil, July 7, 2014
– Embraer will participate in the 49th Farnborough International Airshow (FIA – www.farnborough.com
), from July 14 to 20, at Farnborough Airport (FAB), UK, promoting its entire range of products for the Commercial Aviation, Executive Jets and Defense & Security markets.
At the event, Embraer will unveil a mock-up of the E-Jets E2 cabin interior, making its world debut. The E195 commercial jet and the ERJ 135 Shuttle will be at the static display, along with the large business jet Legacy 650. Embraer Defense & Security will promote its new military tactical transport KC-390 in a demonstration tent. A mock-up of the cross-section of the fuselage will also be at display.
Embraer’s Chalet will be located at Row A (Chalet #A25).
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