Embraer's quarterly adjusted net income reached $39.4 million, recovering from the $78.5 million net loss seen in the previous quarter, driven by its product mix and price hikes, according to a securities filing.
The company stuck to its previously announced full-year forecasts, with revenue seen reaching between $4.5 billion and $5 billion and deliveries projected at 100 to 110 executive jets and 60 to 70 commercial jets.
Quarterly revenue came in at $1.02 billion, also down roughly 10% amid lower deliveries in its Commercial and Defense & Security units, which were partially offset by higher revenues in Services & Support.
Embraer, the world's No. 3 planemaker behind Boeing Co and Airbus SE, also highlighted a 102% free cash flow improvement to $91.2 million, citing the divestment from its Evora facilities in Portugal and the initial public offering of its electric aircraft unit Eve Holding Inc.
Embraer had already reported that second-quarter deliveries totaled 32 jets, including 11 commercial aircraft and 21 executive jets - falling just shy of the 34 jets delivered in the same period last year but gaining pace after a lukewarm first quarter.
The company initially filed results in Brazilian reais before reporting its earnings in U.S. dollars.
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(Reporting by Gabriel Araujo Editing by Steven Grattan and Mark Potter)