FLORIDA- Embraer is set to enhance its maintenance service capacity in the USA by doubling its Executive Jets MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) facilities, with new locations established in Dallas Love Field, Texas; Cleveland, Ohio; and Sanford, Florida.
As part of this expansion, Embraer plans to boost its Mobile Response network with the addition of 28 teams and broaden its capabilities, encompassing access to interior services, paint, and component repairs.
Embraer Enhances USA MRO Facilities
The commencement of services at these new locations is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024.
Currently, Embraer operates three owned service centers in the USA dedicated to its executive jet customers, located in Mesa, Arizona; Melbourne, Florida; and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Additionally, the company has 24 authorized service centers for its executive jets across the USA.
Frank Stevens, Vice President of MRO Services at Embraer Services and Support, expressed enthusiasm, stating, “We are pleased to offer additional service locations for our customers as we will significantly expand the capacity, capability, and footprint of our MRO network in the USA. Our Executive Jets fleet has been growing rapidly over the last several years as strong demand continues across the entire product portfolio. This expansion will provide immediate additional capacity and ensures that we are poised to care for our valued customers and strategically grow for many years to come.”
Envoy to Add More Embraer Jets
Deliveries for these eight Embraer 175 and eleven Embraer 170 aircraft are set to commence later this year.
This addition comes on the heels of previous fleet announcements in 2023, which included six E175s in March, seven E175s and five E170s in June, and four E175s in October.
Envoy’s total fleet commitment now stands at 169 aircraft, comprising 126 E175s and 43 E170s.
Envoy President & CEO Pedro Fábregas emphasized that the current success, characterized by measured and sustainable growth, is a direct result of Envoy’s steadfast commitment to safety, quality, and cost.
Fábregas highlighted that these three principles are integral to all aspects of their operations, allowing them to deliver secure, high-performance, and cost-efficient regional services to thousands of daily customers.
This commitment extends to benefit American Airlines Group and its shareholders, as well as the more than 19,700 Envoy employees across the Pacific, North America, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean.
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