L-R: Embraer executives Luis Carlos Affonso, Chief Operating Officer, Embraer Commercial Aviation; Paulo Cesar Silva, President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation; Frederico Curado, President & CEO, Embraer; John Slattery, Chief Commercial Officer, Embraer Commercial Aviation.
Details of the E2 generation of
E-Jets were presented in a dedicated theme building that featured interactive
displays, a jumbo-sized image of the flight deck, models, videos and tablet e-presentations
from partner companies.
Air show visitors were able to learn more about the E2s in a dedicated building featuring touch screen displays, graphics and models.
The evolution of Embraer's commercial aircraft product line was represented through models of each of the company's aircraft.
Guests could get a close-up view of the new E2 flight deck with a larger-than-life wall image of the cockpit.
to the E2 building was an Air Astana E190.
The airline has a growing fleet of E-Jets that it is using to build its
network and frequencies from Almaty and Astana.
Guests were able to step aboard the E-Jet and inspect the cockpit and
cabin and meet with company representatives.
An Air Astana E190 was open for visitor inspection. Air Astana flies E190s from its hub in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Embraer also hosted a dinner on
June 18 for VIPs at the historic le Pavillon Cambon in central Paris. Over one hundred guests were treated to a
high-tech “4D Experience” before dinner in which the pavilion was magically
transformed into an E195-E2 that flew them on a trip around the world.
Embraer hosted at dinner at Pavillon Cambon, an architectural treasure built on the grounds of the 17th century residence of the former Marechal of Luxembourg.
Prior to dinner, guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
Pavillon Cambon magically transformed into an E195-E2 that flew Embraer guests around the world on a simulated flight that included a stop in a forest in the Brazilian Amazon.
Paul Cesar Silva, President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation, addressed the audience.