Embraer reaches the same number of commercial aircraft deliveries as in 2022

The Brazilian planemaker had delivered 57 E-Jets of the first and second generations. Eight aircraft left to reach target for 2023

Embraer reached the same level of commercial aircraft deliveries as in 2022 in recent days. According to unofficial data, the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer had already sent 57 commercial jets to its customers by December 19th.

So far, Embraer would have delivered seven E175s and 11 E195-E2s in the fourth quarter, the best performance of the year.

To reach the target set for 2023, of 65 jets, the company needs to deliver at least eight planes by the 31st. The most optimistic forecast is 70 aircraft.

In December alone, nine jets were delivered, three E175s and six E195-E2s. As ADN showed, Embraer delivered the 100th E2 days ago.

On December 19, two E195-E2s left Embraer’s facilities in São José dos Campos, one for Porter Airlines and the other for Binter Canarias.

Overland first E175 (Embraer)

As predicted by the company, the E2 family will have more deliveries than the E1 for the first time. Until last week, Embraer had delivered 32 E2 and 25 E1 (E175).

Despite the good pace, last year the planemaker had managed to deliver 30 commercial aircraft in the 4th quarter, the highest level since 2019.

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Deliveries in 2023 have been hampered by supply chain disruptions, particularly in relation to the Pratt & Whitney PW1900G (GTF) engines.

Check the list of aircraft delivered in 2023 until December 19:

Customer Quant. Type
Azul 5 E195-E2
Binter Canarias 1 E195-E2
Envoy Air (American Airlines) 1 E175
Horizon Air (Alaska Airlines) 9 E175
KLM Cityhopper 4 E195-E2
Overland Airways 1 E175
Porter Airlines 22 E195-E2
Republic Airlines (United Express) 12 E175
Skywest (Delta Connection) 2 E175
Total 57

Source: Planespotters


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