Embraer has registered a 50 percent increase in deliveries during the third quarter of 2015, compared to the same period last year.
Between July and September, the company posted 21 for the commercial aviation market and 30 to the business aviation market. Through September, the company inventory was worth $22.1 billion.
SkyWest alone represents $800 million of that amount, with an order of 18 E175 jets. The company also delivered its first Legacy 500 midsize jet in Mexico, to Transpais Aereo, and another to Flexjet LLC in Dallas.
The mid-light jet Legacy 450 received type certification from the aeronautical authorities of Brazil, United States and Europe during this period. The certification opens opportunities to Embraer to prospect new markets.
More information can be found on Embraer's website at www.embraer.com.
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