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Embraer has been contributing to preserve its historical heritage by refurbishing aircraft that marked its history.
Learn more about the initiatives and aircrafts that marked Brazilian Aeronautics Industry History.
Learn more about the Embraer's history. A trajectory of challenges and sucesses.
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História do Setor
Know about our aircraft history and see specifications, three views and more.
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Did you know that
The Brazilian Raymundo Vasconcellos Aboim is considered the first South American aeronautical engineer. He graduated from Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, in 1924.
The French designer Max Holste - one of the creators of the EMB 100 - as tradition had set a bouquet of flowers on the antenna of the aircraft projected for good luck during the first flight.
Before becoming an aeronautical businessman with CNNA, Henrique Lage owned Cia National Coastal Shipping, responsible for the main fleet of merchant navy of Brazil.
The EMB 312 Tucano is considered advanced for the time it was designed, with several innovative features that have become the world standard for basic trainer aircraft.
The alcohol-powered Ipanema aircraft won the 2005 Scientific American 50 award being considered by the respected magazine as one of the 50 best inventions of the year worldwide.