Dassault triples parts inventory in Brazil

Aviation International News » June 2005
October 16, 2006, 11:53 AM

To better serve operators in Brazil and Latin America, Dassault, along with Honeywell and Pratt & Whitney, is tripling the stockpile of spare parts in Brazil. The parts will be housed at Morro Vermelho Taxi Aero (MTVA) on São Paulo’s Congonhas Airport. MTVA is a Dassault authorized service center.

The agreement raises the total value of spares located in Brazil to $2.4 million. The goal of the agreement is to elevate the level of routine maintenance work that can be performed in Latin America and to better serve the 15 Falcons currently based in that country.

“Traditionally, Brazil and the other countries in Latin America have been a strong market for us,” said Gerry Goguen, senior vice president of customer service. “This agreement will strengthen our support for our many Brazilian operators by significantly improving turnaround times.”

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