Werner Aero Services announced today that it has acquired two Embraer E-190, MSN 118 and 149, last operated by Air Canada. The aircraft will be torn down immediately to support the demand from regional operators as they see their business picking up.
“We are excited to be nearing the end of the devastating pandemic that the world has suffered and are gearing up to meet the projected demand from our customers. The regional market is the first to recover and Werner is the first to be there. We are already seeing a significant increase in activities from our customers and are setting ourselves up to support them with just-in-time spares and engines. This is our first acquisition this year, as we continue to look for additional acquisitions of narrow-body and regional jet aircraft. We also look to partner up with airlines seeking logistical solutions leveraging our expertise and assets“ said Mike Cazaz, CEO of Werner Aero Services.
About Werner Aero Services: Werner Aero Services, widely regarded for its high quality and customer care, is a leader in the aviation industry providing asset management and logistical solutions to airlines worldwide. With offices around the world, it is known for its innovative and total global transportation solutions specializing in supplying jet engines, rotable pooling and repair management. Werner is an ISO 9001 company and an FAA AC0056B approved supplier.