Embraer’s Commercial, Business Jet Deliveries Boosted 47% in Q2 Written 7 August 2023


Hangar with Embraer jets at the company headquarters, in São José dos Campos. | Credit: Agência Brasil; Wikipedia; CC BY 3.0 br

Aviation International News reported that Embraer deliveries increased by 47% in Q2, with both executive jets and commercial aircraft shipments recording notable increases. Deliveries for the quarter “ended June 30 reached 62, 38 of which were executive jets and 24 commercial aircraft.” This compares “with a total of 47 delivered in the second quarter of 2022, including 30 executive jets and 17 commercial aircraft.” The increases “threaded throughout Embraer’s product lines: Phenom deliveries were up by six units to 25, Praetors by two to 13, E175s by two to 12, and E195-E2s by five to 12. Phenom 300s accounted for the bulk of the light-jet second-quarter deliveries at 22, while the Praetors were nearly evenly split between the 500 (six shipments) and 600 (seven).” These deliveries brought Embraer’s backlog to $17.3 billion at the end of June, compared with $17.4 billion at the end of March. In Q2, Embraer “scored some significant deals, including from NetJets for up to 250 Praetor 500 jets.” If all options are exercised, the deal “would be valued at more than $5 billion with deliveries beginning in 2025.”
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