Created on August 19, 1969, Embraer - Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica, was a mixed capital company under government control. With the support of the Brazilian Government, the Company would transform science and technology into engineering and industrial capability. In addition to starting the production of the Bandeirante, Embraer was commissioned by the Brazilian Government to manufacture the EMB 326 Xavante, an advanced trainer and ground attack jet, under license of Italian company Aermacchi. Other developments that marked the beginning of Embraer’s activities were the EMB 400 Urupema high-performance glider and the EMB 200 Ipanema agricultural airplane.
By the end of the 70’s, the development of new products, such as the EMB 312 Tucano and the EMB 120 Brasilia, followed by the AMX program in cooperation with the companies Aeritalia (now Alenia) and Aermacchi, allowed Embraer to reach a new technological and industrial level.
The entry into service of the new EMBRAER 170/190 family of commercial aviation in 2004, the confirmation of Embraer’s definitive presence in the executive aviation market with the launch of new products, as well as the expansion of its operations into the aviation services market, established solid foundations for the future development of the Company.
Business and Corporate Values:
Embraer’s business is to generate value for its shareholders by fully satisfying its customers in the global aviation market. By “generate value”, we mean maximizing the Company’s value and ensuring its perpetuity, acting with integrity and social environmental awareness.
The Company concentrates on three business segments and markets: Commercial Aviation, Executive Aviation, and Defense Systems.
The values that mold the attitudes and unite actions to ensure the Company’s perpetuity are:
- - Our people;
- Our customers;
- Company excellence;
- Boldness and innovation;
- Global presence;
- Sustainable future.