São José dos Campos, Brazil, April 24, 2013
– Embraer Executive Jets has scheduled three Embraer Executive Operators Conferences (EEOCs) in France, the U.S. and Brazil, for April and May. The Company has also confirmed additional EEOCs in other regions in the second half of the year.
The European EEOC will be held on April 24-25, 2013 in Paris, France and will cover the Phenom 100, Phenom 300, Legacy 600 and Legacy 650 programs. The North American operators conference is scheduled for May 7-9, 2013 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and will cover the Legacy programs while the South American operators conference, covering both the Phenom and Legacy programs, will be held in Atibaia, São Paulo, Brazil on May 14-15, 2013.
“These meetings present a great opportunity for pilots, operators and owners to exchange ideas with Embraer Executive Jets Customer Support and Services,” said Edson Carlos Mallaco, Vice President, Customer Support & Services, Embraer Executive Jets. “They are of paramount importance to us. Because of that, this year we have increased the number of face-to-face meetings with operators to 15, including mini-conferences with fleet operators and the EEOCs. These events illustrate our commitment to listening to our customers and ensuring the best possible operator experience.”
With more than 600 Embraer business jets operating worldwide, these operator sessions have become increasingly important. The conferences will cover technical, maintenance and flight operations updates. Interactive workshops, panel sessions and networking will allow participants to exchange ideas in both formal and informal settings.
Attendance at EEOCs is very high and for that reason Embraer Executive Jets is also developing the schedule for additional EEOCs during the second half of 2013 which will include an Asia Pacific conference covering the Phenom and Legacy, a Middle East conference on the Legacy and Lineage 1000 and a second North American conference covering the Phenom.
These meetings are important opportunities that enable Embraer Executive Jets to enhance customer support and services and develop new programs that improve the experience of owning and operating its aircraft.
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