Transpaís is the 1st Embraer authorized service center in Mexico

The Company expands its support network to meet customers’ demands

São José dos Campos, October 20, 2010 – Embraer has signed an agreement with Transpaís Aéreo to establish the first executive jet authorized service center in Mexico for the Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 aircraft.

A subsidiary of the Lomex Group Aeronautics Division, Embraer’s sales representative in Mexico since March 2008, Transpaís Aéreo has become a leader in executive aviation services, both nationally and internationally. Embraer decided to expand the scope of the partnership with the group, in order to better serve its customers and provide technical support to a growing fleet of entry level and light jets in the region.

Transpaís has had a significant influence on Mexico’s air transportation and maintenance market.

Its Mexican Aeronautical Authority (DGAC) certified service center is scheduled to start offering inspections, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, paint touch-ups, and interior shop services for the Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 as of the first quarter of 2011, after completing the required training for Transpaís’ technicians and delivering the necessary machinery and tools.

About Transpaís Aéreo (TPA)
TPA is part of Grupo Lomex and has a sister company, ASESA, which is specialized in helicopter air services, and has bases in Ciudad del Carmen (south of the country) and Mexico City. Transpaís is located in hangars #10 and #44 at the Aeropuerto Internacional del Norte (ADN), in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and has been servicing corporate aircraft since 1974. TPA has two hangars with up to 50,000 square feet (4,645 square meters) and around 40 employees, including a mechanical and engineering team with more than 20 years of experience in different areas of expertise.

TPA is recognized nationwide for its executive aviation services and offers a portfolio that includes preventive and corrective maintenance, aircraft management, painting, charter, safekeeping and security services, aircraft sales, and air taxi.


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