Embraer optimistic about future quarters as Q2 profit exceeds estimates.

Embraer optimistic about future quarters as Q2 profit exceeds estimates.

Embraer Exceeds Expectations in Q2: A Promising Outlook


In a surprising turn of events, Brazilian planemaker Embraer (EMBR3.SA) has surpassed market estimates for its second-quarter results. With this impressive performance, its CEO, Francisco Gomes Neto, has expressed his optimism about the future quarters for the company.

Soaring Higher

According to Gomes Neto, Embraer has a “good chance” of delivering 80 or more commercial aircraft next year, surpassing the initial forecast of 70 deliveries in 2023. Even more astonishing is the company’s goal of reaching a level of 100 or more deliveries by 2025 or 2026. For context, the world’s third-largest plane manufacturer achieved over 100 deliveries in 2017 but faced challenges due to a failed deal with Boeing and COVID-19-related setbacks.

Optimism Amid Supply Chain Challenges

Despite the hurdles faced by the global supply chain, Gomes Neto remains highly optimistic about the company’s prospects. He stated, “We are very optimistic about this year after a good Q2. We expect Q3 to be good as well and anticipate an even better Q4, with new deals expected in the commercial and defense units during the second half of the year.”

Meeting Delivery Targets

Embraer’s disclosure of delivering 47 aircraft in the previous quarter has been viewed as a positive sign by analysts. The company aims to deliver up to 200 jets overall (both commercial and business) this year, and analysts are confident that Embraer will achieve this target. Gomes Neto added, “We’re working hard to better distribute production and deliveries next year, which will further enhance the company’s performance.”

Strengthening the Backlog

Embraer has already secured a deal with an undisclosed client, which will boost its backlog by $700 million in the third quarter. This not only solidifies the company’s position but also reflects the growing demand for its aircraft.

Market Response

The market has responded positively to Embraer’s stellar performance, with the company’s shares rising as much as 5.7% immediately after the earnings report. However, volatility in the market caused these gains to be pared back. Meanwhile, Brazil’s benchmark stock index, Bovespa (.BVSP), experienced a more significant drop of over 1%.

Exceeding Expectations: Financial Highlights

Embraer reported an impressive 25% increase in its second-quarter adjusted net profit, reaching $57.9 million. This surpassed analysts’ expectations, who had forecasted $24.3 million. Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) also performed exceptionally well, amounting to $148.9 million, a 20% increase from the previous year and surpassing the market consensus of $116.2 million. Notably, JPMorgan analysts highlighted Embraer’s EBITDA margin of 11.5%, which showcased a significant 10 percentage point increase quarter-on-quarter.

A Bright Future

Embraer’s favorable quarterly figures and growing backlog indicate that the company is poised for a successful year. Analysts at BTG Pactual have also expressed their confidence in the company, stating that these results point towards strong performance for the year.


As Embraer defies expectations and leaps forward in the aviation industry, its aircraft deliveries and financial results are garnering attention. With an optimistic outlook, the company is striving to further strengthen its position as one of the leading planemakers globally. As market conditions stabilize, all eyes are on Embraer to see how it will conquer the challenges ahead and soar to even greater heights.