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Deliveries remain steady for Embraer in third quarter
As of September 30th Embraer's firm order backlog totalled $16.8 billion and this is up on the previous quarter total of $15.9 billion by nearly 6% and year-on-year up by just over 11%.
Read this story in our November 2021 printed issue.

Embraer delivered 30 jets in the third quarter of 2021, which is down by four when compared to the last quarter; however, year-on-year deliveries are up by two.

Twenty-one of the deliveries were executive jets, which is the same as in 2020, although this is up by one when compared to the previous quarter in 2021.

Seven of the executive sales in Q3 2021 were large jets, comprising two Praetor 500s and five Praetor 600s while the remaining 14 were Phenom 300 light jets.

As of 30 September the firm order backlog totalled $16.8 billion, which is up on the previous quarter total of $15.9 billion by nearly six per cent and year-on-year this is up by just over 11 per cent.

Additionally, Embraer delivered its 1,500th business jet, a Phenom 300E, which was delivered to Swiss charter, brokerage and aircraft management company Haute Aviation.

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