Embraer Delivers 80 Jets in 4Q22 and 159 in 2022
Embraer ERJ-190 (PR-ZEY) - Darryl Morrell - AirTeamImages.com
During the fourth quarter of 2022, Embraer delivered 80 jets - 30 commercial jets and 50 executive jets (33 light and 17 mid-size). Last year, the company delivered 159 aircraft - 57 commercial jets and 102 executive jets. Embraer increased its number of aircraft delivered this year by 12.7% as compared to 2021, as the firm's order backlog reached US$ 17.5 billion.
In Commercial Aviation, Embraer confirmed in Q4 of 2022, a US$ 1.17 billion firm order to supply 15 new E195-E2 aircraft to an undisclosed customer. The company has also confirmed another five E195-E2 firm orders from Binter for US$ 389.4 million at the list price.
The E190-E2 was certified in China during the 4Q22, while the E-Jets E2 (E195-E2 and E190-E2) were certified in Canada. Five E195-E2s were delivered to Porter Airlines in December, while three new E190 aircraft were delivered to CIAF Leasing.
in the Executive Aviation segment, Embraer delivered a total of 50 jets (33 light and 17 mid-size) during Q4 2022. The business aviation segment has continued its momentum.
Embraer E170, E190 & E190s around the world
In services & support, the manufacturer signed two contracts for heavy maintenance services with Envoy Air Inc. and JSX, totalling US$72 million. In addition, TUI has signed a contract for the Pool Program to support the E195-E2 jet fleet. Also, NAC signed a firm contract for up to 10 new E190F/E195F cargo aircraft conversions.
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