Porter Airlines E195-E2

Embraer has a new delivery of commercial aircraft E195-E2 after two months

Porter Airlines’ thirtieth aircraft took off from Brazil on March 21 en route to Canada. Planemaker had so far only had one other E195-E2 delivered to Royal Jordanian

A Porter Airlines E195-E2 took off from Embraer’s headquarters in São José dos Campos, Brazil, on March 21, the first aircraft of the type that the manufacturer has delivered in two months, according to unofficial records.

The aircraft registration C-GZQZ is the 30th E195-E2 delivered to Porter Airlines, which has a firm order for 75 aircraft in addition to 25 purchase options.

Since January 22, Embraer has not had a commercial jet delivered, when two Royal Jordanian Airlines E195-E2s departed Brazil for Amman, Jordan.

Officially, one of the aircraft was delivered last December while the second would appear as the only delivery of 2024 until the Porter Airlines plane.

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Royal Jordanian Embraer E195-E2 (Embraer)

With about a week left until the end of the 1st quarter, no other commercial aircraft appears to have been delivered by the Brazilian company.

A possible exception would be an E190-E2 manufactured in 2021 and which had been linked to several airlines, including Congo Airways and Madagascar Airlines.

The jet would have been purchased by a Brazilian businesswoman and has the registration number 2-RLMT.

Still, with three jets delivered, Embraer would see its worst 1st quarter of deliveries in many years, including 2020 when it shipped three E175s, one E190-E2 and one E195-E2.

Placar Linhas Aereas first E190-E2 (Embraer)

As we always point out, the records listed here are of aircraft that actually left the Embraer factory and flew for its customers. The company, however, delivers planes through documents and they often remain at its facilities until the transfer flight.

Bottlenecks with the supply chain may play a role in the supposed small numbers, as the Company’s CEO, Francisco Gomes Neto, pointed out a few days ago.

According to him, the impact of supplier problems continues, but the company expects that it will be able to deliver more aircraft in 2024, between 72 and 80 commercial jets.


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