Embraer, the Brazilian regional jet manufacturer, indicated that it managed to deliver a total of 33 jets in Q3 2022, displaying a steadily growing business compared to the same period a year prior and to the previous quarter.  

Per the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), throughout Q3 2022, it delivered 10 commercial and 23 executive jets, 15 of which were light and eight were mid-sized executive aircraft, which is 10% more compared to the same quarter a year prior. Furthermore, compared to Q2 2022, it handed over one more aircraft. 

Embraer’s backlog value remained the same throughout the quarter, at $17.8 billion. 

New E195-E2 customers 

While delivery numbers did not budge a lot, the Brazilian OEM managed to add a few new E195-E2 customers to its portfolio.  

Oman’s SalamAir and TUI’s Belgium-based airline unit were added as new customers of the E195-E2, with six and three aircraft, respectively. SalamAir has the option to purchase a further six jets. Additionally, Embraer delivered the 1,700th E-jet to KLM’s regional arm, KLM Cityhopper via Aircastle, a United States-based aircraft leasing company. 

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TUI Belgium is leasing three Embraer E195-E2 aircraft from AerCap to carry passengers from regional destinations 
 

On October 20, 2022, the Sao Paolo-based manufacturer announced up to 10 orders from Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) for its E190/E195 passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversion program. 

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