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OnFlight receives Authorised Service Centre approval for Embraer Executive Jets aircraft

OnFlight receives Authorised Service Centre approval for Embraer Executive Jets aircraft

OnFlight announced today the milestone approval and authorisation as an Embraer Authorised Service Centre by Embraer Executive Jets.

In this capacity, OnFlight further expands Embraer’s strategic network of MRO services, focusing on Embraer aircraft.

OnFlight, a Part 135 Charter Operator since 2000, has operated Embraer aircraft since 2011, with exclusive Embraer focus since 2016.

With this announcement, the company’s strategy further expands to include Part 145 Repair Station Operations dedicated entirely to Embraer aircraft.

Operations are expected to commence early in the first quarter of 2024 at the Cincinnati Lunken Airport.

David Crocket, president of OnFlight, said: “We have chosen to intentionally focus exclusively on Embraer’s product line, based on extensive knowledge of these aircraft, Embraer’s state-of-the-art technology and overall quality of design and manufacturing.

“This singular focus ensures a high level of expertise and efficiency versus other independent alternatives who offer generalised service on numerous aircraft types and models, each presenting complex customer support challenges.”

Frank Stevens, vice president of MRO Services at Embraer Services and Support, added: “We are very pleased to deepen our relationship with OnFlight. This new approval will allow us to meet the high demand across the entire Executive Jets network.

“Expanding our capacity, capability and footprint is an important step to continue to bring value to our customers.”

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