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The Chicago-based planemaker lowered its delivery forecast in October, saying it would hand over 15 to 20 of its two new models through December, with two-thirds of those being 747-8 jumbo jets and one-third 787s.
Airbus has cut its A380 superjumbo delivery forecast for 2009 to 18 planes.
Embraer said that deliveries are expected to increase in each quarter for the remainder of 2007, allowing the company to achieve its delivery forecast for the year of 165 to 170 aircraft.
'Economic indicators, coupled with a reduced inventory of viable used aircraft, support our increased delivery forecast,' said Ian Aitken, president of corporate and regional aircraft for Rolls-Royce.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas cut his 2019 delivery forecast for Tesla to 344,000 units from 362,000 units, with 100% of his reduction due to the Model S and X following the company's disappointing Q1 deliveries and production report.
Embraer said the delivery forecast for 2007 is maintained at 165-170 aircraft, of which 40% are expected to be delivered in the first half of the year.
Mr Terrett said the company maintained its 2003 civil engine delivery forecast and predicted the market could stop shrinking in 2004.
He cut his Model 3 delivery forecast to 47,500 from 55,000 and lowered his Model S/X delivery forecast to 18,000 from 21,500.
Taking into account the delivery of five aircraft by the end of January 2007, which were originally scheduled for 2006, the company has said that it is increasing its delivery forecast to 165/170 aircraft for 2007.
For 2019, he raised his Model 3 delivery forecast to 312,000 from 260,000 as he now assumes 6,000 per week for the year.
The company has also announced its airline and business jet delivery forecast for 2007 and 2008.
The company trimmed its full-year 2003 delivery forecast from 275 to 285, compared with a previous estimate of 275 to 300, and left its full-year 2002 forecast unchanged at 380 deliveries.