Embraer Posts Strong 1st Quarter, China’s Bizav Market, More BBJ’s heading to China + MORE Apr 19th

Embraer Delivers 34 Jets in First Quarter 2014

Embraer announced deliveries for a total of 34 aircraft for the first quarter of 2014. The Brazilian airframe manufacturer delivered 20 business jets and 14 commercial jets and reported an increase of its firm order backlog to $19.2 billion, a $1 billion increase from the fourth quarter of 2013.
Embraer Delivers 34 Jets in First Quarter

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ABACE: Asian Sky Group sheds light on China’s business jet market

​A report published by aviation consulting firm Asian Sky Group pegs the number of business jets in operating Greater China – Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau – at 371 aircraft.

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Embraer Posts Strong First Quarter Delivery Totals

Embraer delivered 20 business jets during the first quarter of this year, compared with just 12 during the same period a year earlier. The 66-percent increase in deliveries in the company’s executive jet business accompanied an increase in its overall, firm-order backlog to $19.2 billion from $18.2 billion during the quarter, driven mainly by a firm order for 50 E2 E-Jets to India’s Air Costa during the Singapore Airshow in February.

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Five More Boeing Business Jets Head to China

The Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) program has seen a growing market in China, with five BBJs entering service in the region last year. Three additional BBJs for Chinese customers have been delivered to completion centers.

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ABACE: Nextant teams up with AVIC in China

​Nextant Aerospace has tapped AVIC as the sales agent for its remanufactured aircraft in China.

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India’s Invision Defers Phenom 100/300s as Plan Changes

India’s Invision Air has abandoned plans to build a wholly owned fleet of Embraer Phenom light jets, switching its business model to one based largely on aircraft management and a scheme to provide flights connecting smaller cities within the state of Maharashtra. The Mumbai-based group originally intended to buy six Phenom 300s and six Phenom 100s.

Under a deal signed in 2007, Invision held options for 18 Phenoms. But these are now “deferred and in abeyance,” according to Invision managing director Vinit Pathak, who added that Embraer understands the economic pressures that have forced the change of plan. He also told AIN that the manufacturer has been “very flexible.”

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