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Embraer Signs an Agreement to Support Belavia’s Fleet


Embraer Services & Support and Belavia, Belarusian Airlines, the leading carrier of Belarus, have signed an agreement for the support of Belavia’s fleet of Embraer E-Jets.

The deal will streamline Belavia’s fleet support and improve aircraft availability. In a multi-year deal, Embraer’s popular component support solution is being tailored to Belavia’s specific needs, offering customized exchange plus repair coverage for a wider scope of components, as well as access to a range of special tooling and ground support equipment needed for heavy maintenance checks, allowing Belavia to move those checks ‘in-house’.

The program will support Belavia’s existing fleet of two E175s and two E195s. The airline took delivery of another E175 aircraft last week and will receive another two E195s further this year.

“Our Embraer fleet is proving a great success with our passengers and is delivering high dispatch rates and compelling economics for our airline.

Embraer Services and Support’s OEM component solutions will help us keep those dispatch rates high and our aircraft in the sky where they belong; earning revenue,” said Anatoly Gusarov, Director General of Belavia.

“We’re pleased to receive our newest aircraft in Brazil, and as our relationship goes from strength to strength, Embraer remains the clear choice for our continued growth.”

“At Embraer our overriding aim is to give our customers the support they really need. Here is an example in which we have adapted our advanced component support solution to Belavia’s very specific needs.

Our customized offerings are increasingly recognized by operators for their value, efficiency, and efficacy”, said Johann Bordais, President & CEO, Embraer Services & Support. Follow us on Twitter: @Embraer

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