2nd QUARTER 2013
July 26, 2013
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events yet to take place, including, but not limited to, those statements relating to guidance. These forward-looking
statements are based largely on current expectations, forecasts of future events and industry and financial trends
that affect Embraer’s businesses. These statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions that include,
among others: general economic, political and trade conditions, both in Brazil and in those markets where Embraer
does business; management’s expectations and estimates concerning the company’s future financial performance;
plans and objectives of our management; financing plans and programs, and the effects of competition; industry
trends and growth opportunities; inflation and fluctuations in exchange rates; the company’s investment plans;
Embraer’s operating efficiencies and synergies and its capacity to develop and deliver products on the dates
previously agreed upon; results of operation; business strategies; benefits of new technologies and existing and
future governmental regulations. To obtain further information on factors that may lead to results different from
those forecast by Embraer, please consult the reports Embraer files with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
(SEC) and the Brazilian Comissão de Valores Mobiliários (CVM) and in particular the factors discussed under
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Embraer could therefore differ substantially from those anticipated in Embraer's forward-looking statements.
• Embraer launches the E-Jets E2 Program
during the Paris Air Show in June.
Embraer awards and recognitions:
• “Company of the Year” by the Brazilian magazine Exame;
• “One of the best companies to work for in Latin America”
by Great Place to Work;
• “National Innovation Award” by the Brazilian National
• Standard & Poor’s upgraded Embraer’s credit
rating to “BBB” from “BBB-”.
• Delivery of 22 E-Jets in 2Q13 reaching 947 total deliveries since EIS.
• Air Costa (India) and JAL (Japan)
disclosed their firm orders for five E-Jets .
• Embraer signed a firm order for seven E190s with Venezuela’s Conviasa.
• SkyWest signed a firm order for 40 E175 jets
plus 60 reconfirmable and another 100 options.
• E-Jets E2 Program reached 100 firm orders plus 100
options from SkyWest, 50 firm orders plus 50
options from ILFC and LOIs for another 65 aircraft.
• United Airlines ordered 30 E175 jets
with options for an additional 40.
• Delivery of the 400th Phenom jet and first Phenom 300 sold to China.
• Embraer’s Melbourne, FL facility received FAA certification to assemble the Phenom 300.
• Delivery of 29 executive jets in 2Q13 (23 light jets and 6 large jets).
• NetJets received its first Phenom 300, entitled “Signature
SeriesTM”, of a contract that may reach up to 125 aircraft.
• Lineage 1000 reached 10,000 flown hours.
• Legacy 500 completed 45% of its test campaign
with more than 450 flight hours with 3 prototypes.
• Phenom 100 & 300 awarded as the “Best of the Best” by
Robb Report magazine for the third consecutive year.
• Embraer and Boeing signed a partnership to market
and sell the KC-390 in certain markets.
• Brazilian Air Force signed a contract for logistical support
and services for 92 A-29 Super Tucano aircraft.
• Visiona advanced in the Geostationary Defense and
Strategic Communication Satellite program with the
short list of the satellite supplier.
• Savis completed the selection of the main suppliers for
Sisfron (Brazilian Integrated Border Monitoring System).