Four new authorised service centres


Embraer has selected four new executive jet authorized service centres in Latin America

Embraer has announced the selection of
four new authorized service centres in Brazil,
in order to serve the growing fleet of executive jets in Latin
America. It is expected that AeroMecânica in Curitiba,
Algar Aviation in Belo Horizonte,
Globo Aviação in Brasília and Voar Aviação in Goiânia, will be ready to serve
customers by the end of 2011.

“The selection
of these four respected shops to complement our existing services network shows
Embraer’s commitment to support the growing fleet of executive jets. Our
objective is to always offer customers the best service and efficient solutions
for keeping their jets ready to take off for their mission needs,” stated André de Castilho Silva, director,
Customer Support and Services, Latin America,
Embraer Executive Jets.

The four authorised service centres will
provide scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services to operators of the
Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 executive jets based in these regions or in transit
through them. These shops will be a part of Embraer’s service network, joining
the company’s owned service centre in São José dos Campos
and Aerotecnica, which is an authorised centre in Caracas, Venezuela.

“We are
pleased to have AeroMecânica join the select group of Embraer authorized
service centres to serve the operators of the Phenom 100 and Phenom 300
executive jets,” said Luiz
Carlos Benetti, general manager of AeroMecânica.

Aviation is the first operator of the Phenom 100 in Brazil. Being an Embraer authorised
service centre is recognition of our work and raises us to a new level, as a
partner of one of the three largest aircraft manufacturers in the world,” said Paulo R S Carvalho, general director
of Algar Aviation.

“This partnership with Embraer, which is a
proud Brazilian company of international renown, crowns our efforts, dedication
and diligence to our customers who, like Embraer, have trusted and continue to
have confidence in our work,” Marcelo
Mansur, executive director of Voar Aviação.

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