Embraer has opted for Pratt & Whitney engines for its E-jets family of aircraft. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer had previously used General Electric engines for the E-jet line. "This is more than just a new engine," said Paulo César de Souza e Silva, the head of commercial aviation at Embraer. "This is a second generation of E-Jet to help us maintain our leadership of the 70- to 120-seat segment."

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