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Embraer and Air Botswana sign pool programme agreement for its E170 aircraft

Posted 11 April 2019 · Add Comment

Embraer announces at MRO Americas that the Company signed a Pool Programme Agreement with Air Botswana to support a wide range of repairable components for its E170 aircraft.

The multiyear Pool Programme Agreement includes full repair coverage for components and parts as well as unlimited access to a large stock of components at Embraer's distribution center.

“We are delighted to serve Air Botswana with a product that will provide streamlined solutions for its E170,” said Johann Bordais, President & CEO, Embraer Services & Support. “Our mission at Embraer is to ensure customer satisfaction, which results in creating a competitive portfolio that offers the highest standards on the market.”

“Air Botswana looks forward to our partnership with Embraer. Increasing the availability of spare parts for our aircraft will help our daily operations and we are excited about efficient solutions,” said Agnes T Khunwana, General Manager of Air Botswana.

The components solution program is part of a suite of services that Embraer offers to support the growing fleet of Embraer aircraft worldwide through TechCare, the new Embraer platform that assembles the entire portfolio of products and solutions to deliver the best experience and services and support. 

 

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