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Embraer seal of approval enables Falcon to extend support
Falcon Aviation Services may perform scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance, component and part exchange inspections at different levels of complexity on Legacy 600/650 and Lineage jets.
Falcon Aviation service centre manager Ronnie McCrae, head of technical department Nicolas Tejera, Embraer CRM director Ricardo Bechara, Falcon Aviation COO Raman Oberoi and Embraer service centre network manager Rafael Cagnin.

Falcon Aviation's newest facility located at Al Maktoum International airport has been approved as an Embraer authorised service centre to expand its support for Legacy 600/650 and Lineage customers in the region.

Falcon may perform scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance, component and part exchange inspections at different levels of complexity for those aircraft platforms.

“We are humbled to extend our partnership with Falcon Aviation and offer owners and operators the best maintenance solutions at Dubai's newest airport, a strategic hub for our customers in the region,” says Embraer's MRO global VP Frank Stevens.

“Being part of Embraer's global network of authorised service centres is a strong endorsement for our services, and we are proud to extend our capabilities by offering support to customers at Dubai's Al Maktoum International Airport,” adds Raman Oberoi, COO of Falcon Aviation Services.

Embraer Services & Support has more than 2,300 people positioned in the world to support customers with all their needs and a network of more than 80 owned and authorised service centres, field support representatives, flight simulators, as well as two 24-hour customer care centres.

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