Embraer's new deal with Alcoa could pose threat to CFRP growth in aerospace

Embraer and Alcoa recently announced a technology-sharing agreement in which Embraer will use Alcoa's aluminum alloys to develop a new high-performance fuselage and wing components for its sub-120-seat aircrafts. Alcoa introduced a new class of aluminum alloys in June of this year to compete with ca...

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