Increase in Embraer private jet and commercial aircraft deliveries for 2023

Embaer Phenom 300E had the most light jet deliveries in 2022
Roger Mallot / Embraer

Brazilian planemaker Embraer has published details about the company’s performance in 2023.  

Overall there was a 13% increase in aircraft deliveries, with the commercial and private jet arm of Embraer achieving the standout performances. 

In 2022, Embraer delivered a total of 160 aircraft. In 2023, the figure rose to 181.  

According to the details announced on January 30, 2024, E-Jets family aircraft deliveries increased 12% year on year, from 57 jets in 2022 to 64 in 2023. 

The highlight was the E2 group whose deliveries more than doubled, from 19 aircraft in 2022 to 39 in 2023. 

In the private jet sector, 74 light jets were delivered, – 12% more year on year and the largest volume in seven years. 

And with 41 deliveries, the company’s medium-sized jets also reached double-digit annual growth of 14%. 

The private jet delivered the most times in 2023 was the Phenom 300, with 63 deliveries.

In Q4 alone, Embraer delivered 75 aircraft, including 49 executive jets (30 light and 19 medium), 25 commercial jets and one military C-390 jet. 

The company’s backlog rose by 1.2 billion year on year, reaching a total of $18.7 billion in 2023 – the highest number recorded since Q1 2018. 

The commercial aircraft unit backlog reached 298 in Q4 2023, at a total value of $8.8 billion – a $200 million growth year on year. 

Part of the aircraft backlog includes an order from the Canadian carrier Porter Airlines for 25 Embraer E195-E2s, and two E175s from American Airlines to add to its existing purchase of four.  

Embraer added that it continues to face supply chain delays which have impacted on its 2023 deliveries. 

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