Embraer’s jet deliveries rose 30% in the last quarter

Embraer delivered 43 aircraft in the third quarter of 2023, an increase of 30% compared to the same quarter last year, when 33 aircraft were delivered.


The commercial aviation division showed strong growth, with deliveries jumping from 10 to 15, a 50% increase compared to the same period in 2022. Deliveries also increased in business aviation, with 28 jets delivered (19 light and 9 medium), a 22% increase over 3Q22.

In total, the company delivered 105 aircraft (39 commercial and 66 executive) in 2023, which is 33% more than in the same period last year, when 79 aircraft (27 commercial and 52 executive) were delivered by the third quarter. For the second quarter in a row, Embraer posted double-digit shipment growth, with the company’s shipments up 47% in 2Q23 compared to 2Q22.

Embraer’s firm order backlog at the end of the period was US$17.8 billion, an increase of US$500 million compared to the second quarter. This volume represents the highest backlog level for the year.

Retrospective

The commercial division’s backlog (backlogs) rose from US$8 billion to US$8.6 billion from 2Q13, with sales of 42 aircraft through September.

SkyWest today signed a firm order for 19 new E175 aircraft to operate on the United Airlines network. The new aircraft will be integrated into the existing fleet of 90 E175 aircraft already operated by SkyWest for the airline. The 70-seater aircraft will be delivered in a three-class configuration. Deliveries will begin in Q4 2024. The deal is part of a firm order backlog for Q3 2023.

Another important agreement in the quarter is with Luxair. The Luxembourg-based airline has ordered four E195-E2s, including two purchase options and three rights to purchase additional aircraft. The agreement also includes conversion rights for the E190-E2 should Luxair request it. The first delivery is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2025.

Air Peace, West Africa’s largest airline, also announced a firm order in 3Q23 for five Embraer E175 jets. Deliveries of new 88-seat aircraft are planned from 2024.

Binter has placed another firm order for six E195-E2s. Once the deliveries are complete, the Canary Islands airline will have a fleet of 16 E2 aircraft. The deal was announced in June 2023 and is included in the 3Q23 backlog.

American Airlines has signed a firm order with Embraer for four new E175 aircraft to be included in the 4Q23 backlog. The aircraft will be operated by a subsidiary of Envoy Air. Deliveries are scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2024. By the end of next year, the airline’s E-Jets fleet will grow to more than 150 aircraft.

Author of Embraer press service


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