Q3 deliveries – OEM numbers

Apart from Dassault Aviation, which reports on a six-month basis, each of the remaining major OEMs have reported their Q3 deliveries.

Gulfstream Aerospace – although anticipating a very strong Q4, with up to 60 deliveries and certification of the new G700, Q3 numbers continued to reflect the OEM’s challenges from supply chain issues. Gulfstream delivered 27 aircraft in Q3, down from 35 in Q3 2022. This year’s tally comprised 22 large cabin aircraft and five G280 mid-size.

Textron Aviation – the Wichita-based OEM delivered 39 Citation jets in Q3, along with 38 turboprops. The former was the same number as Q3 2022 while the latter showed an increase of five over the same period last year. The manufacturer also reflected a strong order backlog of USD7.4 billion.

Embraer Executive Jets – the Brazilian OEM delivered 28 bizjets in Q3, comprising two Phenom 100, 17 Phenom 300, four Praetor 500 and five Praetor 600. In Q3 2022, by comparison, Embraer delivered 23 aircraft – two Phenom 100, 13 Phenom 300, four Praetor 500 and four Praetor 600. Its order backlog is valued at USD4.3 billion.

Bombardier – the Canadian OEM delivered 31 aircraft in Q3, comprising 16 Challengers and 15 Globals. This compares to 25 in the same period last year, made up of 12 Challengers and 13 Globals. Bombardier made it clear that it expects to meet its full year target of 138 deliveries despite industry-wide supply chain challenges.

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