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Aircraft. Embraer at the "Adas" in The Philippines

The industry promotes its Defense & Security Portfolio -DATA SHEET

Embraer will promote its complete portfolio of products and solutions for the defense and security markets at the "Asian Defense & Security" ("ADAS"), in the Philippines, to be held between April 27 and 29. Embraer’s Defense & Security has the most modern product portfolio and solutions in the industry, which include the multi-mission transport aircraft C-390 Millennium and the A-29 Super Tucano light attack and training aircraft, in addition to broader solutions for air, land, sea, space and cyber domains.

Since its first delivery to the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), in 2019, the KC-390 Millennium multi-mission aircraft has proven its capability, reliability and outstanding performance on domestic and overseas missions. FAB’s current fleet of Embraer KC-390s stands at five. These aircraft have exceeded 5,000 flight hours in operation. The airplane has already selected by two NATO nations: Portugal and Hungary.

The industry recently celebrated that the worldwide fleet of the A-29 Super Tucano aircraft has reached 500,000 flight hours. With more than 260 units delivered, the aircraft has already been selected by more than 15 air forces worldwide, including the Philippines, which currently has a fleet of six A-29 Super Tucano aircraft. The fleet of aircraft were delivered in 2020 during the global pandemic, reflecting Embraer’s commitment to the Philippine Air Force.

Developed in response to the demanding requirements of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), the A-29 Super Tucano can perform a broad range of missions (light attack, aerial surveillance and interception, and counterinsurgency). The A-29 is rugged and versatile, being able to operate from remote and unpaved runways on advanced operational bases in hostile environments with little support—all with high availability.

The technical data sheet of the A-29 Super Tucano is attached to this AVIONEWS

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