Embraer’s 2023 Deliveries & Backlog Increase

A Royal Jordanian Embraer E-Jet taxis in.
Photo Credit: Embraer

On January 30, 2024, Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has revealed its delivery and backlog count for 2023.

This article will cover the details surrounding Embraer’s deliveries and backlog during 2023, showcasing a strong year for the manufacturer.

Embraer’s Strong 2023 Performance

A Brazil Air Force Embraer E-99 in flight.
Photo Credit: Embraer

During 2023, Embraer delivered a total of 181 aircraft, an increase of 13% when compared to the previous year where they delivered 160 aircraft total. The 181 was split by 74 executive, 64 commercial and 48 military.

During the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2023 alone, the manufacturer delivered 75 aircraft, those were broken down as 49 executive aircraft (30 light and 19 medium), 25 commercial aircraft and one military C-390.

Alongside this, Embraer’s aircraft backlog rose to $18.7 billion, a $1.2 billion increase from 2022. This is mainly due to the supply chain delays that the South American manufacturer is still experiencing.

Their executive aircraft side for Embraer during 2023 saw the highest number of deliveries on record during the past seven years, with a book-to-bill in excess of 1:3:1 and an increase in the backlog of $400 million to now $4.3 billion.

Their commercial aircraft side saw a 12% increase from 2022’s delivery count of 57 aircraft to 64 in 2023, with a book-to-bill in excess of 1:1:1. The highlight for Embraer this year was the delivery of 39 E2’s, more than double of what was delivered during 2022, at 19.

The backlog for their commercial aircraft sits at 298 aircraft, a $200 million growth to $8.8 billion.

Their military aircraft side saw South Korea become the first Asian country to select the C-390 Millennium as its Large Transport Aircraft (LTA), as well as the first NATO-configured KC-390 Millennium being delivered to the Portuguese Air Force.

Not only this, but the C-390 Millennium was also selected by Austria and the Czech Republic, increasing the manufacturers backlog by $100 million to $2.5 billion.

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