Even as Embraerâ€™s commercial aircraft deliveries decline, new orders continue to help rebuild the manufacturerâ€™s backlog to the highest levels since 2009. Embraerâ€™s backlog had reached $19 billion in 2009, but that dipped to $12.4 billion last year on slow commercial sales and business jet cancellations. But the market has improved for Embraerâ€™s commercial aviation models this year, with an order from SkyWest Inc. for up to 200 of the companyâ€™s newly launched E175-E2 airliner. In the ...
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