Embraer Improves Maintenance Program for Business Jets

Embraer Services & Support announced today, at the Dubai Air Show, maintenance program improvements for the Legacy 600, Legacy 650, and Lineage 1000 business jets.

For the Legacy 650 and Legacy 600, Embraer has eliminated the need for an intermediate stop for low utilization customers, which means the inspection package of tasks to be performed every 6 months, named LU6, is now extended to an annual inspection (LU12 package).

For the Lineage 1000, Embraer has eliminated the requirement to remove the forward auxiliary fuel tanks during the 48-month check, doubling the interval to the 96-month check.

This upgrade represents a remarkable improvement in the Lineage 1000 Maintenance Program, increasing aircraft availability and reducing maintenance costs.

Both improvements are the result of an analysis review and optimization process applied to fleet field data, which is collected with the help of the Service Centers Network.

It also reinforces Embraer’s commitment to providing continuous maintenance program improvement, to both the customers and operators as an after-sales support.