Embraer’s Eve receives Brazil order for as much as 100 VTOL’s


SAO PAULO, Oct 3 (Reuters) – Eve Urban Air Mobility, an Embraer (EMBR3.SA) firm, has obtained an order for as much as 100 eVTOLs, or electrical vertical takeoff and touchdown (eVTOL) plane, in response to an Embraer press consultant on Sunday.

Avantto, a Brazil-based fractional-ownership and plane operator, positioned the order, with deliveries scheduled to start in 2026, the press consultant stated.

Avantto’s fleet already has various kinds of plane, together with Phenom 300 and Phenom 100 company jets made by Embraer, in response to info on its web site.

The Avantto order was first reported within the Sunday version of O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper, which cited Avantto Chief Executive Rogerio Andrade as a supply.

Neither the newspaper nor the press consultant gave a worth for the order.

This is the most important order but obtained by Eve from a buyer in Brazil, the press consultant stated. Overall, Embraer’s Eve has orders involving 735 eVTOLs, he added.

This is the second time in lower than a month that Embraer’s Eve introduced a giant eVTOL order.

On Sept 23, Embraer’s Eve additionally stated lessor group Bristow ordered as much as 100 eVTOLS, with deliveries anticipated to begin in 2026. learn extra

Reporting by Ana Mano; Editing by Steve Orlofsky