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Embraer Delivers 25 Commercial and 23 Executive Jets in 2Q11

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Embraer Delivers 25 Commercial and 23 Executive Jets in 2Q1108:39 EDT Tuesday, July 12, 2011Sales for the airline market total 62 E-Jets, to dateSAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil, July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Embraer delivered 25 commercial and 23 executive jets in the second quarter of 2011 (2Q11), closing out the first six months of the year with 45 commercial jets and 31 executive jets delivered. On June 30, 2011, the firm order backlog totaled USD 15.8 billion.Deliveries by Segment2Q112011   Commercial Aviation2545    ERJ 14522    EMBRAER 170-1 EMBRAER 17513 EMBRAER 1901728 EMBRAER 195511   Executive Aviation2331Light jets2026Large jets35TOTAL4876In the months of April, May and June, Embraer welcomed three new airlines to the E-Jets family: People's Viennaline, of Austria; Air Astana, of Kazakhstan; and Bulgaria Air. The Company also sealed the sale of another 18 E-Jets: an EMBRAER 170 (Air North, of Australia) and 17 EMBRAER 190s (two to Air Astana; five to Air Lease, of the U.S.; and ten to CDB Leasing, of China, which will be operated by China Southern Airlines). Therefore, Embraer ended the first half of 2011 with the sale of 62 new E-Jets. Soon to be added to this total are ten aircraft sold in China to Hebei Airlines, as well as other important agreements signed during the Paris Air Show, in June, which, after the final documentation has been concluded, should result in the sale of 42 more EMBRAER 190 jets (ten to Hebei Airlines; 20 to Sriwijaya, of Indonesia; ten to Kenya Airways; and two to GECAS, of the U.S.).On June 30, 2011, Embraer's firm order backlog for the airline market stood as shown in the following table, according to product.  Aircraft ModelFirm OrdersOptionsDeliveriesFirm Order Backlog  ERJ 145 Family     ERJ 135108-108-     ERJ 14074-74-     ERJ 145708-708-  Total - ERJ 145 Family890-890-  EMBRAER 170/190 Family     EMBRAER 170190321828     EMBRAER 17518928513653     EMBRAER 190519305349170     EMBRAER 195105367530  Total - EMBRAER 170/190 Family1,003658742261  TOTAL1,8936581,632261In 2Q11, the executive aviation unit delivered ten Phenom 100 and ten Phenom 300 aircraft, totaling 20 light jets. In the first half of the year, this segment accumulated 12 Phenom 100s and 14 Phenom 300s delivered. In the large jet segment, 2Q11 saw the delivery of three Legacy 600 and Legacy 650 aircraft, for a total of five of these models delivered in the first six months. Also in 2Q11, Embraer announced that India has certified the largest executive jet in its portfolio, the Lineage 1000, as well as the 200th delivery of the Phenom 100 airplane, which was received by Swift, of the U.S. During the 11th European Business Aviation Convention and Exposition (EBACE), held in May in Switzerland, Everjets, a subsidiary of Portugal's Ricon Group, signed for the sale of a Phenom 300, and Comlux The Aviation Group ordered three Legacy 650s to be operated by Fly Comlux Division, of Kazakhstan.In June, Embraer Defense and Security announced the finalization of a contract for the sale of eight Super Tucano aircraft to Indonesia and, in April, the signing of an additional contract with the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) for modernizing another 11 F-5 fighter jets. The KC-390 program entered the joint definition phase and, during LAAD, in April, two strategic partnerships for supplying parts were signed: one with Aero Vodochoy, of the Czech Republic, and another with FAdeA, of Argentina. In May, Embraer announced that the modern Pro Line Fusion(TM) avionics, by Rockwell Collins, will be installed on the KC-390. In June, at the Paris Air Show, other suppliers were also revealed, such as Liebherr, which will supply the cabin environmental control and pressure systems; Esterline, for the auto-throttle system; and Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, for the wheels, brakes, and system for raising and lowering the landing gear, and the hydraulic equipment for directional control on the ground.Embraer Image GalleryVisit the Embraer image gallery at www.embraer.com.Note to EditorsEmbraer S.A. (NYSE: ERJ; BM&FBOVESPA: EMBR3) is the world's largest manufacturer of commercial jets up to 120 seats, and one of Brazil's leading exporters. Embraer's headquarters are located in Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo, and it has offices, industrial operations and customer service facilities in Brazil, China, France, Portugal, Singapore, and the U.S. Founded in 1969, the Company designs, develops, manufactures and sells aircraft and systems for the commercial aviation, executive aviation, and defense and security segments. It also provides after sales support and services to customers worldwide. On June 30, 2011, Embraer had a workforce of 17,194 employees ? not counting the employees of its partially owned subsidiaries ? and its firm order backlog totaled USD 15.8 billion.This document may contain projections, statements and estimates regarding circumstances or events yet to take place. Those projections and estimates are based largely on current expectations, forecasts on future events and financial tendencies that affect Embraer's businesses. Those estimates are subject to risks, uncertainties and suppositions that include, among others: general economic, political and trade conditions in Brazil and in those markets where Embraer does business; expectations on industry trends; the Company's investment plans; its capacity to develop and deliver products on the dates previously agreed upon, and existing and future governmental regulations. The words "believe", "may", "is able", "will be able", "intend", "continue", "anticipate", "expect" and other similar terms are supposed to identify potentialities. Embraer does not feel compelled to publish updates nor to revise any estimates due to new information, future events or any other facts. In view of the inherent risks and uncertainties, such estimates, events and circumstances may not take place. The actual results can therefore differ substantially from those previously published as Embraer expectations.FIRM ORDER BACKLOGJune 30, 2011Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogERJ 135 108108-American Eagle (USA)4040-British Midland (UK)33-City Airline AB (Sweden)22-ExpressJet (USA)3030-Flandre Air (France)33-Jet Magic (Ireland)11-Luxair (Luxembourg)22-Pan Europeenne (France)11-Proteus (France)33-Regional (France)33-Republic Airways (USA)1515-South African Airlink (South Africa)55-Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogERJ 1407474-American Eagle (USA)5959-Republic Airways (USA)1515-Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogERJ 145708708-Aerolitoral (Mexico)55-Air Caraibes (Guadeloupe)22-Alitalia (Italy)1414-American Eagle (USA)118118-Axon (Greece)33-British Midland (UK)99-British Regional Airlines (UK)2323-Brymon (UK)77-China Southern (China)66-China Eastern Jiangsu (China)55-China Eastern Wuhan (China)55-Cirrus (Germany)11-ExpressJet (USA)245245-ERA (Spain)22-Flandre Air (France)55-GECAS (PB Air - Tailand)22-Hainan (China)2525-KLM (The Netherlands)22-LOT Polish (Poland)1414-Luxair (Luxembourg)99-Mesa (USA)3636-Nigeria (Nigeria)11-Portugalia (Portugal)88-Proteus (France)88-Regional (France)1515-Republic Airways (USA)6060-Rheintalflug (Austria)33-Rio Sul (Brazil)1616-Satena (Colombia)33-Sichuan (China)55-Skyways (Sweden)44-Swiss (Switzerland)2525-Transtates (USA)2222-Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogEMBRAER 1701901828Airnorth (Australia)1-1Alitalia (Italy)66-BA CityFlyer (UK)66-Cirrus (Germany)11-ECC Leasing (Ireland)66-EgyptAir (Egypt)1212-ETA Star Aviation (India)5-5Finnair (Finland)1010-GECAS (USA)99-JAL (Japan)1010-Jetscape (USA)11-LOT Polish (Poland)66-Petro Air (Libya)22-Regional (France)1010-Republic Airlines (USA)4848-Satena (Colombia)11-Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudi Arabia)1515-Sirte Oil (Libya)11-South African Airlink (South Africa)2-2Suzuyo (Japan)22-TAME (Ecuador)22-US Airways (USA)2828-Virgin Blue (Australia)66-Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogEMBRAER 17518913653Air Canada (Canada)1515-Air Lease (USA)5-5Alitalia (Italy)10-10ECC Leasing (Ireland)11-Flybe (UK)35-35GECAS (USA)55-Jetscape (USA)11-LOT Polish (Poland)1212-Northwest (USA)3636-Oman Air (Oman)532Republic Airlines (USA)5454-Royal Jordanian (Jordan)22-Suzuyo (Japan)22-TRIP (Brazil)55-Undisclosed1-1(*) Five EMBRAER 175 aircraft, formerly listed in the backlog as Alitalia, will be financed by Air Lease, which, starting in this quarter, results in five EMBRAER 175 aircraft for Air Lease and ten for Alitalia.Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogEMBRAER 190519349170Aero Republica (Colombia)55-Aeromexico (Mexico)1239Air Astana (Kazakhstan)2-2Air Canada (Canada)4545-Air Caraibes (Guadeloupe)11-Air Lease (USA)25-25Air Moldova (Moldova)11-Augsburg (Germany)22-Austral (Argentina)20155Azul (Brazil)55-BA CityFlyer (UK)77-China Southern (China)20-20Copa (Panama)1515-Dniproavia (Ukraine)10-10ECC Leasing (Ireland)11-Finnair (Finland)13121GECAS (USA)2424-Hainan (China)503614JetBlue (USA)1005050Jetscape (USA)871KLM (The Netherlands)22175KunPeng (China)55-LAM (Mozambique)321Lufthansa (Germany)99-M1 Travel (Lebanon)88-Nas Air (Saudi Arabia)1037NIKI (Austria)77-Regional (France)1010-Republic (USA)6-6Taca (El Salvador)11101TAME (Ecuador)33-TRIP (Brazil)624US Airways (USA)2525-Virgin Blue (Australia)18171Virgin Nigeria (Nigeria)1028(**) Five EMBRAER 190 aircraft, previously listed in the backlog as Alitalia, will be financed by Air Lease, and, as of this quarter, they were included among the orders of Air Lease, which comes to 25 aircraft of this model.Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogEMBRAER 1951057530Azul (Brazil)362115Flybe (UK)1414-GECAS (USA)77-Globalia (Spain)12111LOT Polish (Poland)422Lufthansa (Germany)291712Montenegro (Montenegro)11-Royal Jordanian (Jordan)22-Aircraft delivered by ECC Leasing (included in the previous tables)Customer (Country)Firm OrdersDeliveredFirm Order BacklogECC Leasing88-EMBRAER 17066-Cirrus (Germany)11-Paramount (India)22-Satena (Colombia)11-Gulf Air (Bahrein)22-EMBRAER 17511-Air Caraibes (Guadeloupe)11-EMBRAER 19011-JetBlue (USA)11-PRESS OFFICESHeadquarters (Brazil)Carlos Eduardo Camargocarlos.camargo@embraer.com.brCell: +55 12 9724 4929Tel.: +55 12 3927 1311Fax: +55 12 3927 2411North AmericaChristine Mannacmanna@embraer.comCell: +1 954 383 9950Tel.: +1 954 359 3879Fax: +1 954 359 4755Europe, Middle East and AfricaHerve Tilloyherve.tilloy@embraer.frCell: +33 6 0864 3545Tel.: +33 1 4938 4530Fax: +33 1 4938 4456ChinaTracy Chentracy.chen@bjs.embraer.comCell: +86 139 1018 2281Tel.: +86 10 6598 9988 Fax: +86 10 6598 9986Asia PacificShorbani Royshorbani.roy@sin.embraer.comCell: +65 9794 2401Tel.: +65 6305 9955 Fax: +65 6734 8255SOURCE Embraer