Bizliner

April 2, 2012 - 3:50am

While Embraer will continue to do the interior installations on the Lineage 1000 bizliner at its São Jose dos Campos facilities, Austrian interior components supplier List Components & Furniture will provide high-end cabinetry for the cabin.

The Lineage 1000 is an executive variant of the Embraer E190 airliner and can accommodate up to 19 passengers in a five-zone cabin of modular design. The interior, designed by Priestman Goode of London, offers “hundreds of layout combinations [and] differentiated modules and cabinets,” according to Embraer.

March 31, 2011 - 1:30pm

In just two years, Embraer has moved from a minor player in the business jet market–garnering only 3 percent of market share by volume in 2008–to one that now corners almost one-fifth of deliveries in this segment, with 19 percent. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer told AIN last year that it is seeking at least 30 percent by volume.

February 24, 2011 - 1:05pm

In just two years, Embraer has moved from a minor player in the business jet market–garnering only 3 percent of market share by volume in 2008–to one that now corners almost one-fifth of deliveries in this segment, with 19 percent. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer told AIN last year that it is seeking at least 30 percent of the business jet market in terms of volume.

October 10, 2007 - 6:12am

At the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition last month, Boeing introduced a corporate shuttle version of its Boeing 717 regional airliner, dubbing it the 717 Business Express. The aircraft might also find favor in an all-business-class airliner guise.

November 22, 2006 - 4:47am

Embraer, which is already developing two new light jets, announced on the eve of the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition that starts tomorrow in Geneva, that it is breaking into the bizliner market with the launch of the Lineage 1000. The $40-million jet, derived from Embraer’s ERJ 190 regional airliner, is expected to enter service in 2008.

September 14, 2006 - 10:36am

For some years now, business jet manufacturers have been offering their customers a standard choice of cabin configurations and amenities, along with a list of standard options.

 
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