Embraer expands support in Asia


Company adds more authorised service centres

has added new partners in the region and expanded relationships with current
partners to cover the full line of Embraer Executive Jets. The additions to the
Embraer authorized service centre (EASC) network include India, Singapore,
Western Australia and Japan.

the capability of in-market specialist maintenance support for Embraer jets
underscores our vision for excellence in our worldwide customer support network,”
said Edson Carlos Mallaco, vice president, customer support and services –
Embraer Executive Jets. “These actions with Indamer, Hawker Pacific, ExecuJet
and JapCon illustrate the investment the Company is making in achieving that

India, Embraer has appointed
Indamer to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for the
Lineage 1000 executive jets in India.
It complements Indamer’s existing mission as an EASC in India, where it
already provides MRO services to operators of Phenom 100 and Legacy 600/650
jets in the country. India
is the first country in Asia Pacific that has at least one member of each
Embraer Executive Jets’ family in service.

also expanded its relationship with Singapore’s Hawker Pacific, which
is now the first EASC in Asia Pacific to offer full maintenance services for
the entire portfolio of Embraer Executive Jets in the region. The move adds
maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for the Lineage 1000 and the
Phenom 300 to Hawker Pacific’s portfolio, which includes the Phenom 100 and
Legacy 600/650.

Western Australia,
Embraer, through current EASC ExecuJet, has partnered with AirFlite to offer
maintenance services for the Phenom 100 entry level jet. The move adds MRO
support for the Phenom 100, through AirFlite, to ExecuJet’s current remit
supporting the Phenom 100, Phenom 300 and the Legacy 600/650 at its facilities
in Melbourne and Sydney and extends the EASC
reach from the Western to Eastern coastlines of Australia.

a pre-selection of an EASC in Japan,
Embraer will announce, during the Singapore Airshow, a Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) with JapCon to offer maintenance services to future Embraer
Executive Jet operators in the country. Headquartered in Tokyo
with facilities in the cities of Chubu and Okayama, this development paves way for the
development of Embraer’s executive jet market in the land of the
rising sun.