The company will provide support for the recently acquired E190-E2 and E195-E2 jets
Amsterdam, October 17, 2023 - Embraer has signed a multi-year contract with Royal Jordanian Airlines to support a total fleet of eight E190-E2 and E-195-E2 jets with the Pool Program. The agreement will provide support for a wide range of repairable components for the jets that will be added to Royal Jordanian’s fleet. Currently, Embraer’s Pool Program supports more than 60 airlines worldwide.
“Royal Jordanian has for many years enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Embraer with our currently operating Embraer fleet. For the new generation E2 jets, we have been working with Embraer on all the supporting functions that go into having a smooth entry into service targeted by the end of this year. Therefore, we see that the pool program agreement that we signed with Embraer as a natural fit that provides a cost effective and practical parts solution, accompanied with Embraer’s expertise and support,” said Royal Jordanian Vice Chairman/ CEO Samer Majali.
“We are honored to celebrate this agreement with Royal Jordanian to support their E2 fleet. The Pool Program will support a smooth Entry Into Service of RJ’s fleet helping them reducing costs in repair and inventory supported by Embraer’s global footprint. We have a long relationship with the company, and we are excited for this new chapter starting with the E2 family” said Carlos Naufel, President and CEO, Embraer Services & Support.
Embraer provides support to airlines worldwide, with its technical expertise and its vast component services network. The results are significant savings in repair and inventory carrying costs and a reduction in warehousing space and resources required for repair management, while ultimately providing guaranteed performance levels. Embraer Services & Support’s portfolio offers a wide range of competitive solutions designed for each customer to support the growing fleet of Embraer aircraft worldwide and deliver the best after-sales experience in the global aerospace industry.