Boeing is a American multinational company that design airplanes, jets, rockets, satellites and other aviation products worldwide. The company also provides leasing and product support services. Boeing is among the largest global aerospace manufacturers; it is the fifth-largest defense contractor in the world.
On the other hand, Embraer is a Brazilian company which use to manufacture commercial, military, executive and agricultural aircraft and provides aeronautical services.
Both Boeing and Embraer is planning a successful collaboration from long time, and it seems that this joint venture has got a new name as Boeing Brazil.
Under this venture Boeing is going to takeover 80% of Embraer commercial jet division, after this boeing will be able to sell its jets, but the headquarter of the company will remain in Sao Jose Brazil.
Partnership Clause between Boeing and Embraer
Embraer one among the four aerospace manufacturers in the world, it comes next to giants Airbus, Boeing, and Bombardier. Embraer and Bombardier are rivals while other three have never competed with each other.
Boeing was interested in moving into the market segment but did not want to commit resources into developing and creating new smaller aircraft, So it decided to why not buy up an existing firm, so for this Boeing choose
Embraer, a popular manufacturer that currently is not allied, Boeing offered a hefty amount of 4.2 billion $ to start this venture.It is unknown at this time if Boeing plans on replacing the names and branding of the Embraer lineup with their own Boeing 7 Series name. The brand Embraer does still have a place in the world, specifically in private, government and military contracts.
Aircrafts Embraer Going to build?
Embraer Commercial, the division of the Brazilian aerospace company, builds a variety of commercial aircraft seating up to around 150 passengers.
- Embraer ERJ family
- Embraer ERJ 135 (37 passengers)
- Embraer ERJ 140 (44 passengers)
- Embraer ERJ 145 (50 passengers)
- Embraer E-Jet family – the most popular line of aircraft with over 1,500 built.
- Embraer 170 (66–78 passengers)
- Embraer 175 (76–88 passengers)
- Embraer 190 (96–114 passengers)
- Embraer 195 (100–124 passengers)
- Embraer E-Jet E2 family – the next generation of E-Jet, to be built in conjunction with the original E-Jet in the same factory.
- Embraer 175-E2 (80–90 passengers)
- Embraer 190-E2 (97–114 passengers)
- Embraer 195-E2 (120–146 passengers)
These aircraft are often compared to Bombardiers/Airbus’ A220 series.
Embraers lineup alone they are an excellent position to take on rivals and continue to dominate the market. The fact that Embraer can build these aircraft so rapidly made it a top name in the market and that is why Boeing choose Embraer over other.