Embraer's E190F in a new livery is set for Farnborough Airshow

This will be the first public appearance of the E190F. The maximum structural payload for the E190F is 13,500 kg.

Embraers E190F in a new livery is set for Farnborough Airshow
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The Brazilian multinational aerospace corporation, Embraer, will have a significant presence at the UK’s Farnborough Airshow 2024, as the manufacturer is set to participate in the five-day airshow from July 22 to 26.

The main highlight from Embraer in this airshow will be the brand-new E-Freighter, the converted freighter E190F which is making its debut at the airshow which will be its first public appearance.

A few days ago the manufacturer shared the new paint scheme of the E-Freighter. The new livery features an all-black paint scheme and a neon-blue accent colour.

Image: LinkedIn / Marcelo Tocci

In a LinkedIn post Arjan Meijer, President & CEO of Embraer Commercial Aviation said “I'm excited to share the new paint scheme of our E-Freighter! Our E-Freighter bridges the gap between turboprops and larger narrowbodies, offering unmatched flexibility. It’s perfect for meeting the demands of fast, decentralised e-commerce deliveries with lower emissions and operational costs.”

The E190F, which completed its maiden flight earlier this year, is a passenger jet converted into a freighter (E-Freighter). The E-Jets freighters, including the E190F and E195F, were introduced in 2022.

Image: LinkedIn / Marcelo Tocci

According to Embraer the E-Jets converted to freighters will offer over 50% more volume capacity, three times the range of large cargo turboprops, and up to 30% lower operating costs compared to narrowbodies. When combining capacity under the floor and on the main deck, the maximum structural payload for the E190F is 13,500 kg, and for the E195F is 14,300 kg.

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