The Brazilian aeronautical manufacturer Embraer announced the results for the second quarter of this year (2Q2022), having delivered 32 aircraft in the period between April and June. The firm order book (backlog) ended the second quarter valued at US$17.8 billion, the highest level for the period in four years.
Of the deliveries made in the last quarter, 11 were aircraft for commercial aviation, eight E175, and three E195-E2. In the business aviation segment, Embraer delivered 21 aircraft, including 12 light jets from the Phenom family and 9 medium jets from the Praetor family. Thus, in the year, the manufacturer accumulates a total of 46 aircraft delivered (17 commercial and 29-executive).
The firm order backlog ended the quarter at $17.8 billion, the highest level since 2018, driven by new aircraft sales and service agreement signings. The value represents a growth of 12% compared to US$15.9 billion registered in the same period last year. As of June 30, 2022, the backlog of orders pending delivery consisted of 312 aircraft, of which 143 were units of the E175, three of the E190, three of the E190-E2 and 163 of the largest passenger aircraft ever assembled in Latin America, the E195-E2.
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