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Embraer expands Pool services with Azul/TRIP until 2020.

  Embraer, Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras S.A. and TRIP Linhas Aéreas signed a renewal and expansion contract for the Pool services, on  support for more than 350 spare parts and all repairable components of the hydraulic, mechanical, pneumatic, electronic and propulsion systems for their E-Jets. The renewal means the agreement will be extended until 2020,… Read More ›

OGMA extends its CAMO certification to the EMBRAER E-Jets.

OGMA has got certified for CAMO management and to perform Airworthiness Reviews (ARC) for the Embraer E-Jets models. This certification enhances OGMA’s expanding suite of CAMO services, which now includes Airworthiness Reviews and Continuing Airworthiness Management to all the Embraer EMB-135/145/Legacy and ERJ-170/190/Lineage models. Since its initial certification as a CAMO+ in 2011, OGMA provides… Read More ›

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JetBlue Airways Reconfigures Embraer E190 Fleet to Offer Even More of its Popular Even More(TM) Space Seats.

– Customers can now purchase 39-inches of legroom in rows 13 and 14 and 38-inches in rows 1 and 12 on E190 aircraft. – JetBlue continues to provide more legroom than any other airline in coach for both the E190 and Airbus A320 aircraft (a). JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announces the reconfiguration of its… Read More ›

Embraer Reinforces its Customer Support and Service Capabilities for Africa.

    Embraer is reinforcing its Commercial Aviation customer support network in Africa, with the appointment of Airlink as its new Embraer Authorized Service Center (EASC) for the ERJ 145 family. The agreement also includes the establishment of an Embraer local spare parts distribution center in Johannesburg, serving ERJ 145 family customers in the region…. Read More ›

Embraer and Conviasa sign a deal for up to 20 E190 jets.

Embraer announced today an agreement with Venezuela’s Conviasa Airlines for the sale of six EMBRAER 190jets. The deal also includes 14 purchase options for the same aircraft model. The value of the order, at list price, is USD 271.2 million, based on January 2012 economic conditions, and could total as much as USD 904 million,… Read More ›


Over 1,000 Embraer aircraft operate in North America and that number continues to grow with each additional delivery from Embraer’s highly successful E-Jets family of aircraft. To support this large fleet, Embraer provides industry-leading customer services for its clients, which include many of the leading North American airlines. Embraer remains firmly committed to the largest and… Read More ›


Embraer and British Airways today signed a contract for the sale of one more EMBRAER 190 (E190) jet. The aircraft will be operated by London City Airport (LCY)-based BA CityFlyer, British Airways’ wholly owned regional subsidiary. When delivered during the third quarter of 2012, it will bolster the airline’s total fleet size to 14 E-Jets…. Read More ›

Finnair seeks partner to accelerate Nordic Champion strategy, aims for significantly lower costs in European traffic.

Finnair begins discussions with potential cooperation partners on forming a joint venture for a cost effective expansion of the company’s presence in the Nordic countries. The potential joint venture would accelerate Finnair’s Nordic Champion strategy, and the aim is to establish new bases and expand the company’s network in the Nordic Countries. “The potential joint… Read More ›


Asia’s leading aircraft leasing company makes first purchase of Embraer aircraft. Embraer and BOC Aviation, a Singapore-based aircraft leasing company, have signed a contract for the sale of fifteen EMBRAER 190 aircraft (E190).  Deliveries are scheduled from the fourth quarter of 2012 through 2014. BOC Aviation is Embraer’s newest aircraft leasing company customer. The E190… Read More ›

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