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June 2008 edition

Output of Embraer Phenom set to double

Embraer's planned facility at Melbourne, Florida, will substantially increase the company's production capacity for its Phenom aircraft. The plant, costing around $50 million, is scheduled to be operational in two years. It will complement Embraer's existing complex in Gaviao Peixoto, Brazil, effectively doubling production rates of the Phenom 100 and 300 jets.

Once the new plant is fully operational it is hoped that it will assemble eight aircraft a month, or an additional 96 Phenoms per year. The company's US headquarters will remain in Fort Lauderdale.....

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