Embraer delivered 21 commercial aircraft in the 2010 first quarter, down from 32 in the year-ago period. Total deliveries for the quarter numbered 41 compared to 40 last year. Commercial deliveries comprised one ERJ-145, five E-170s, one E-175, 12 E-190s and two E-195s. Its commercial backlog totals 243 aircraft. Separately, the manufacturer announced that it finalized its contract with Air Austral for 20 96-seat, two-class E-190s with deliveries to begin in July. Deal originally was ...

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