Embraer announced today at MRO Europe that Jet Flight Service, based at Vnukovo International Airport, was approved as an Embraer Authorized Service Center (EASC) to expand their support for Legacy 600/650 customers in Moscow, Russia.
Jet Flight Service, which is certified by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), may perform scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance, component and part exchange, types of inspections at different levels of complexity for those aircraft platforms.
"We are pleased to have Jet Flight Service as part of our global network of Embraer Authorized Service Centers, enhancing our presence in a strategic market in Europe by offering Legacy 600/650 owners and operators the best solutions in services and support for optimal operation with a competitive value,” said Frank Stevens, Embraer's MRO Global Vice President Services & Support.
“We are proud to extend our association with Embraer, enhancing our service spectrum for the Embraer customers in Russia, securing aircraft availability and reduced costs,” said Kirill Trushkovskiy, General Manager, Jet Flight Service.
Embraer Services & Support has more than 2,300 people positioned in the world to support the customer with all their needs and an award-winning network of more than 80 owned and authorized service centers, field support representatives, flight simulators, as well as two 24-hour Customer Care Centers.