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Embraer Achieves 100 Percent E-Jet Operator Enrollment in Asia Pacific for its Pool Program

Embraer has announced that all E-Jet operators in Asia Pacific have enrolled in Embraer’s Pool Program. This follows a Pool Program deal signed between Myanmar National Airlines and Embraer for their E190 fleet. There are currently a total of 60 E-Jets operated by six airlines, including Japan Airlines, in four countries spread across the sub-regions of Asia Pacific (excluding China). “In a region where our E-Jet operators constantly attain a high schedule performance, the 100% Pool Program enrollment rate is a reflection of our customers’ trust in our excellent support,” said Johann Bordais, president & CEO, Embraer Services & Support. “Cost management is key for airlines and we are committed to delivering value for our customers, anywhere and all the time.” Embraer says its Pool Program offers full repair coverage for components and parts, airframe maintenance, and unlimited access to a large stock of components at the company’s distribution centers. Singapore…

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