Embraer delivers more E2 jets than first gen planes

Manufacturer delivered five units of the new family of commercial aircraft, surpassing the original series for the first time

Embraer delivered only nine commercial jets in the first quarter of 2021, four units more than in the same period in 2020, but below the average of recent years.

For the first time, the new E2 family had more deliveries than the first generation E-Jets. Two E190-E2 and five E195-E2 were shipped to customers while the E175, the planemaker’s most popular plane, had only two deliveries until March.

In the first quarter of 2020, Embraer delivered three E175s and two E2s. In 2019, there had been 10 E175 and one E190-E2.

The 2021 result so far has also seen the E195-E2, the company’s largest commercial jet, surpass the E190-E2 in number of total deliveries, 19 against 17 units.

Among the customers receiving the E195-E2 recently are KLM Cittyhopper and Air Peace, from Nigeria.

E175 (Embraer)

Embraer’s backlog has 272 pending orders and has not changed. However, total purchase options showed a decrease of 17 E175 jets.

Embraer had no sales agreement announced this year. The planemaker remains with a total of 1,904 cumulative firm orders, 175 of them from the E2 series. Up to March, 1,632 E-Jets aircraft had been delivered since production began.

QuarterE170E175E190E195E190-E2E195-E2Total
Q1 2016 19 2  21
Q2 2016 2141  26
Q3 2016 2441  29
Q4 2016 2633  32
Q1 2017 16 2  18
Q2 2017 3122  35
Q3 2017 1852  25
Q4 2017 1454  23
Q1 2018 113   14
Q2 2018120223 27
Q3 2018 132   15
Q4 2018 23631 33
Q1 2019 10  1 11
Q2 2019 22121 26
Q3 2019 13201117
Q4 2019 22214635
Q1 2020 3  115
Q2 2020 2  2 4
Q3 2020 61   7
Q4 2020 21  1628
Q1 2021 2  259
Total
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