Embraer Services & Support announces the expansion of Embraer’s service center at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (KFLL) in Florida, United States. Since November 1, the Company has expanded its service capacity through an exclusive hangar lease agreement with Jetscape Services.
“We are excited about the added ability to better serve our customers, whether they are based in the region or just passing through Florida,” said Frank Stevens, Embraer Global Vice President of MRO Services & Support. “Our expansion in South Florida allows us to further elevate the customer experience for aircraft owners as well as fleet owners and create 40 new technical jobs in the community.”
Embraer’s presence in Florida is strategic to its Executive Aviation customers in Southern States, the Caribbean and Central America, as well as to customers who frequently travel through South Florida.
“We are proud to provide Embraer with the infrastructure to expand support for its customers,” said Troy Menken, president of Jetscape. “Since 2002, we have been serving customers around the world with aircraft of all sizes, and we are confident that our ground logistics support capabilities will ensure that Embraer customers will gain a superior experience.”
Embraer’s own South Florida service center is also the foundation of the Airworthiness Management program where customers can meet with the responsible team to learn how the program can be customized to ensure peace of mind and promote the residual value of their airworthiness. aircraft. The program provides a dedicated airworthiness manager to plan, coordinate and monitor all maintenance as well as airworthiness requirements throughout the airplane’s life cycle.
The Airworthiness Management program ensures full compliance with aircraft maintenance and historical regulatory requirements through the MyEmbraer.com portal, as well as brokering negotiations and backlogs with suppliers to maximize customer savings. Uninterrupted operations are a key benefit of advanced planning service, especially for customers with heavy operational schedules.
Executive travel between Brazil and the United States becomes easier and more comfortable with the agreement.