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Embraer manages shortage of PW engines

Spare parts inventory program activated with Scoot airline

The management of Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has announced that aircraft production is not immune to engine supply problems from US-based Pratt & Whitney, although the Latin American company is less affected than other global manufacturers. The Brazilian company has therefore renewed its trust in its supplier, underlining that they are actively collaborating to resolve these delays.

"We're less affected, we're not immune. And having been through these things before, I think Pratt & Whitney is doing well. What we're seeing is that the engine maker has a clear horizon, they've rolled up their sleeves, is talking to customers, they are working on solutions", said Martyn Holmes, commercial director of Embraer Commercial Aviation, on the sidelines of the “Singapore Airshow” (20-25 February).

During the Singapore aviation show, the Brazilian company also announced that it had signed a contract with the low-cost carrier Scoot (controlled by Singapore Airlines) for the activation of a spare parts inventory management program. A solution to help the customer reduce operating costs by optimizing inventory levels.

On the topic, see also the article published by AVIONEWS.

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