Embraer has signed two new Pool Program service agreements with Star Air and Amelia at Paris Air Show, which will allow the airlines to minimize their upfront investment in high-value repairable inventories and resources, while taking advantage of Embraer’s technical expertise and component repair service provider network.

Fleet support

Star Air’s long-term services agreement with Embraer will provide support for the airline’s growing E175 fleet as well as component exchanges and repair services for a wide range of repairable components for the airline’s E175s.

The E175 Pool Program agreement is in addition to the ongoing pool program for Star Air’s fleet of five ERJ145s. Star Air’s 12-month average schedule reliability stands at 99.67%, one of the highest among ERJ145 operators.

“As Star Air spreads its wings across the country, the Pool Program will enable us to leverage on the reliability and performance of the E175s and the expertise of Embraer’s support and services team,” says Capt. Simran Singh Tiwana, CEO of Star Air.

Amelia agreement

Amelia signed a multi-year contract extension, enabling the airline to continue to receive support for a wide range of repairable components for its fleet of 13 ERJ.

“We are very pleased to extend our Pool Program contract with Amelia. The airline is a long-term partner of Embraer. We are always looking for improvements on the Pool Program for our aircraft and this renewal shows us that we are on the right path”, says Johann Bordais, President & CEO, Embraer Services & Support.

“We look forward to continuing the partnership with Embraer, which has been providing us with unfailing support in the supply of the parts necessary for the maintenance of our aircraft for several years,” says Alain Regourd, CEO of Amelia by Regourd Aviation group.

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