Malaysia's CAAM grants type certification to Embraer E190/195 E2 jets

Embraer's E190/195 E2 jets have been awarded type certification by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM). This means that the jets are now cleared to operate in Malaysia, and SKS Airways, the country's first E2 operator, is expected to start taking deliveries of the aircraft later this year. Embraer first introduced E195-E2 in Malaysia during Selangor Aviation Show in 2021. read more


The E190/195 E2 jets are the latest generation of Embraer's E-Jet family of regional jets. They feature a number of improvements over the previous generation, including new engines, a new avionics suite, and a new interior. These improvements make the E2 jets more efficient, quieter, and more comfortable than their predecessors.

Embraer representatives with CAAM CEO Norazman Bin Mahmud (Center)

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The E190/195 E2 jets are the perfect fit for Malaysia's growing air travel market. The country's economy is one of the fastest-growing in Southeast Asia, and air travel demand is expected to continue to grow in the coming years. The E2 jets' efficiency and range make them ideal for serving Malaysia's domestic and regional routes.

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SKS Airways is the first airline in Malaysia to order E2 jets. The airline has ordered 10 E195-E2s, which it plans to use to expand its domestic and regional network. The E2 jets will be a major boost for SKS Airways, as they will allow the airline to offer more efficient and comfortable flights to its passengers. The awarding of type certification to the E190/195 E2 jets is a major milestone for Embraer and SKS Airways. It marks the start of a new era for regional air travel in Malaysia, and it is a sign of the growing importance of the country's air travel market.

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