São José dos Campos, Brazil, July 14, 2014 – During the second quarter of 2014 (2Q14), Embraer (NYSE: ERJ; BM&FBOVESPA: EMBR3) delivered 29 jets to the commercial aviation market and 29 to the business aviation market, for a total of 58 aircraft, compared to 51 aircraft delivered in the same period of 2013. On June 30, 2014, the firm order backlog totaled USD 18.1 billion.
|Deliveries by Segment
|EMBRAER 170 (E170)
|EMBRAER 175 (E175)
|EMBRAER 190 (E190)
|EMBRAER 195 (E195)
*6 Phenom 100, 16 Phenom 300, 6 Legacy 650 and 1 Lineage 1000
The quarter’s highlights include the first deliveries of the E175 with aerodynamic improvements to Republic Airways, SkyWest and United Airlines, all from the United States. Thanks to systems optimization, aerodynamic refinements, and the introduction of a new wingtip, the new model reduced fuel consumption by 6.4% compared to the original model, reaching significantly lower operating costs. Backlog – Commercial Aviation (March 31, 2014)
Note: Deliveries and firm order backlog include orders for the Defense
segment placed by State-run airlines (Satena and TAME).
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