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Advantages of upgrading from a turboprop to light jet 
like the entry-level Phenom 100EX and best-selling Phenom 300E
Delivery of the 1800th E-Jet

May 13, 2024
​​Embraer backlog reached the highest level over past 7 years and deliveries increased 67% in 1Q24

- Strong overall backlog volume of US$ 21.1 billion (+13% QoQ)
- American Airlines placed a firm order for 90 E175 jets
- Commercial Aviation backlog rose US$2.3 billion (+26% QoQ)
- 1Q Executive Aviation deliveries were the highest of the last 8 years

Apr 19, 2024
​​Embraer’s Phenom 300 leads the industry in twinjet deliveries and is the world’s best-selling light jet for 12 consecutive years

Feb 21, 2024
Embraer deliveries increased 13% in 2023 and backlog reached US$18.7 billion, a US$1.2 billion growth
- Executive Aviation posted the largest delivery volume in 7 years
- C-390 was selected by South Korea, which reinforced sales momentum
- E2 deliveries more than doubled to 39 jets in 2023
- Executive and Commercial Aviation book-to-bill in excess of 1:1
- Services & Support backlog reached US$3.1 billion - the highest ever recorded

Jan 30, 2024
Beyond the Wings 18: Work to Rest Transformation

Dec 18, 2023

Embraer Releases Earnings Results 1st Quarter 2022

HIGHLIGHTS
•Embraer delivered 14 jets in the first quarter, of which 6 commercial aircraft and 8 executive jets (6 light and 2 mid-size).
•Firm order backlog ended 1Q22 at US$ 17.3 billion (+US$0.3 billion versus 4Q21). This is the highest quarter backlog since 2Q18, driven by solid order activity.
•Revenues reached US$ 600.9 million in the quarter, down 26% compared to 1Q21, with almost one month of production shut down due to system and legal reintegration of Commercial Aviation in January. In contrast, reported consolidated gross margin of 20.1% was higher than the 9.5% reported in 1Q21 due to better performance in all segments.
•Adjusted EBIT and EBITDA were US$ (27.0) million and US$ 13.2 million, respectively, yielding Adjusted EBIT margin of -4.5% and Adjusted EBITDA margin of 2.2%. This includes nonrecurring expenses of US$17 million for the quarter.  
•Free cash flow (FCF) in 1Q22 was a usage of US$ (67.8) million, representing a significant improvement compared to the US$ (226.6) million in FCF in 1Q21, and best FCF for 1Q since 1Q10, consistent with working capital optimization measures and enterprise efficiency.  
•FX Variation & Hedge - in 1Q22 we recognized credits of USD 0.8 million related to payroll expenses due to cash flow hedge, mitigating our exposure to FX variation, which is approximately 13% of total costs.
•The Company finished the quarter with total debt of US$ 3.6 billion, or US$0.5 billion less in line with the strategy to improve our capital structure.

April 28, 2022

Embraer's eVTOL Project Goes Public

Embraer's Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions is set to produce its first fully-operational electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft in partnership with private aviation entrepreneur Kenn Ricci, co-CEO of Zanite Acquisition Corp. Orders for Eve's eVTOL total 1,735 aircraft to date, amounting to roughly $5 billion, and deliveries are scheduled to commence in 2026.

Eve has announced a new business combination agreement with Zanite. in which Eve will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zanite. In the second quarter of 2022, the renamed Eve Holding, Inc. will list on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under “EVEX” and "EVEXW” when the transaction is complete.

Dec. 21, 2021

Embraer Earnings Results 1st Quarter 2021

• Embraer delivered 9 commercial jets and 13 executive jets (10 light / 3 large) in 1Q21. Total company firm order backlog at the end of 1Q21 was US$ 14.2 billion;
• Revenues in 1Q21 reached US$ 807.3 million, representing year-over-year growth of 27.4% compared to 1Q20, with growth in the Commercial Aviation, Defense & Security, and Executive Aviation segments;
• On April 23, the Company signed a firm order for 30 E195-E2 jets with an undisclosed customer, with deliveries starting in 2022. The 30 firm orders will be included in Embraer’s second quarter backlog;
• Excluding special items, adjusted EBIT and EBITDA were US$ (29.6) million and US$ 18.0 million, respectively, yielding adjusted EBIT margin of -3.7% and adjusted EBITDA margin of 2.2%;
• Adjusted net loss (excluding special items and deferred income tax and social contribution) in 1Q21 was US$ (95.9) million, with adjusted loss per ADS of US$ (0.52);
• Embraer free cash flow in 1Q21 was a usage of US$ (226.6) million, which is consistent with normal quarterly seasonality of free cash flow usage in the first quarter. The free cash flow usage represented a significant improvement compared to the US$ (676.6) million in free cash flow consumption in 1Q20 on considerably better inventory levels given steps taken to stabilize production and operations in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic;
• The Company finished the quarter with total cash of US$ 2.5 billion and net debt of US$ 1.9 billion;
• Due to continued uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on the industry, Embraer has decided to not publish 2021 financial and delivery guidance at this point.

April 29, 2021