Embraer announced that it has entered into a long-term agreement with U.S. airline Breeze Airways to provide support for a wide range of serviceable components for the company’s E190 and E195 fleet. The agreement includes full coverage for repair of components and parts, as well as access to a large inventory of components at the Embraer distribution center, which will support the start-up of the airline’s operations.
“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Embraer to join the pool program, which not only confirms that we have immediate access to parts inventory more efficiently, but significantly improves the maintenance of our aircraft and the reliability of our aircraft. our schedule, and this also reduces our initial investment and allows for more efficient management of our parts inventory, âsaid Amir Nasruddin, vice president of technical operations and fleet programs at Breeze.
âEmbraer is honored to support Breeze from the start of its operations,â said Danielle Vardaro, Global Director of Customer Service and Support at Embraer Services & Support.
âEach new Pool contract highlights the importance of Embraer’s direct support and is a great opportunity to strengthen partnerships with our customers. In this particular case – supporting a newly created airline – our responsibility is even greater to ensure the proper functioning of the aircraft and its commissioning â.
The program will provide the most efficient and reliable solutions to Breeze’s fleet of E-Jets. The airline will benefit from the availability of spare parts, benefit from significant savings in repair and service costs and maintain a profitable operation. Currently, the Pool Program supports more than 50 airlines around the world.
Embraer’s flight hour reservation program is designed to enable airlines to minimize their initial investment in high-value repairable inventory and resources and to leverage Embraer’s technical expertise and extensive network of component repair service providers.
The results are significant savings in inventory maintenance and repair costs, a reduction in required storage space, and virtual elimination of the need for resources required to manage repairs, while delivering guaranteed levels of performance. .