SF50 Vision Jet

Cirrus Vision Jet was the most delivered business jet in 2023

The single-engine aircraft had 96 shipments to customers, the highest number ever achieved. Corporate jet market grew 2.5% compared to 2022, according to GAMA

GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, released on Wednesday its report on aircraft shipments to customers in 2023, including piston aircraft, turboprops and business jets.

According to the entity, 730 corporate jets were dispatched, an increase of 2.5% compared to 2022 (712 aircraft).

Almost 75% of jets are concentrated in North America, with Europe a distant second with 12% of the fleet.

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Phenom 300E (Embraer)

As in other years, GAMA data is not detailed for some manufacturers, which prevents a clearer picture.

The ultra-light SF50 Vision Jet, from Cirrus, has the highest number of deliveries, a total of 96 aircraft, followed by the Embraer Phenom 300, with 63 aircraft in total between its two versions.

Gulfstream, Bombardier and Dassault once again only released totals by aircraft family, which puts them at the top of the ranking.

Most delivered business jets in 2023 (ADN)

Other highlights of 2023 were the Pilatus PC-24, which had 47 shipments, its highest volume since launch, and the rival Phenom 300E, with 54 aircraft, also surpassing its previous best result.

Honda, in turn, managed to recover ground after a disappointing 2022, with just 17 deliveries. Last year it sent 22 HondaJets to its customers, but it is far from the level of 2021, when it delivered 37 planes.

Bombardier and Embraer grow

Among manufacturers, Embraer and Bombardier achieved very high delivery volumes. The Brazilian company had its best result in six years, with 115 shipments.

The Canadian group, which ended production of the Learjet jet line, had 138 shipments, almost at the level of 2019, when it delivered 142 aircraft.

PC-24 (Pilatus)

Cessna, part of the Textron Aviaton group, maintained its leadership in executive aircraft, with 168 aircraft, ten fewer than in 2022.

The wide-body jet category continued to lead deliveries, with 190 aircraft, followed by light jets (171), Very Lights Jets (156) and Super Midsize Jets (130).

The restricted segment of VVIP aircraft had only five deliveries, with four Airbus aircraft and just one Boeing 737.


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