During 3Q16, Embraer delivered 29 commercial jets and 25 executive jets (13 light and 12 large). The Company’s firm order backlog ended the quarter at US$ 21.4 billion versus US$ 21.9 billion in 2Q16.
Revenues in 3Q16 grew 17.9% on a year-over-year basis to US$ 1,514.3 million, driven by higher revenues in the Commercial Aviation and Defense & Security segments.
Consolidated gross margin in 3Q16 was 18.8%, an increase from the 17.5% registered in 3Q15.
In 3Q16, the Company booked in Other operating income (expense), net an additional US$ 5.5 million loss contingency related to finalization of negotiations related to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and a US$ 118.1 million provision related to costs for the first round of voluntary dismissal.
Adjusted EBIT and Adjusted EBIT margin in 3Q16, excluding the impacts of the loss contingency and provision listed above, were US$ 94.7 million and 6.3%, respectively. Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA margin in the quarter, excluding these impacts, were US$ 187.3 million and 12.4%, respectively.
3Q16 Net loss attributable to Embraer Shareholders and Loss per basic ADS totaled US$ (33.7) million and US$ (0.1848), respectively.
3Q16 Adjusted Net Income, which excludes non-cash deferred income taxes and social contribution largely related to foreign exchange variation on non-monetary assets, as well as the aforementioned non-recurring items, was US$ 79.1 million. Adjusted earnings per basic ADS totalled US$ 0.4337 in 3Q16.
Embraer announced on October 24, 2016 the terms of the agreements for the resolution of investigations with the U.S. and Brazilian authorities. As part of the settlement, the Company agreed to pay US$ 205.5 million to these authorities. The settlement further provides that as long as the terms of the agreements are fully honoured, no charges will be brought against the company.