SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil, June 18 (Reuters) - B razilian planemaker Embraer sees itself as a "great solution" for carriers to add capacity more quickly amid constraints to 'big' narrowbody deliveries in the industry, Chief Executive Francisco Gomes Neto said on Tuesday.

The company has seen increased demand for its commercial jets and is actively working on several sales campaigns it hopes to conclude in coming months, Gomes Neto told reporters at an event at the firm's headquarters.

Embraer has production slots available from 2026, meaning it can deliver on new jet sales before larger rivals Boeing and Airbus, the latter having sold out its production of single-aisle jets until the end of the decade. (Reporting by Gabriel Araujo; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)