Embraer U.S. receives EASA OK, opens European Phenom center

Aviation International News » November 2009
October 30, 2009, 8:44 AM

Embraer’s European executive jet customers now have two company-owned service centers in the U.S. certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency: one in Mesa, Ariz., and the other in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The two facilities opened last year and are able to perform non-routine maintenance services on European-registered Phenom 100s and Legacy 600s.

The U.K.’s Inflite maintenance services provider, based at London Stansted Airport, has also received EASA approval for Phenom 100 maintenance. Inflite is
the first Embraer-authorized service center in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to be awarded the certification.

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