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Embraer’s new Authorized Service Center for executive jets in Canada

phpklwnbiamJuly 8, 2009, São José dos Campos, Brazil – Embraer has selected Starlink Aviation to be its first authorized service center in Canada for the Phenom 100 and 300 executive jets.


July 8, 2009
By Carey Fredericks
   
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July 8, 2009, São José dos Campos, Brazil – Embraer has selected
Starlink Aviation to be its first authorized service center in Canada
for the Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 executive jets. The company is
headquartered at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport,
in Quebec, offering Phenom owners aircraft maintenance and top-flight
Fixed Base Operator (FBO) services, as well as aircraft management and
charter operations.

“Starlink’s 25 years in the general aviation business make them an
excellent option for our Phenom operators in the region. They have
outstanding facilities and a highly experienced team available 24/7,”
affirms Scott Kalister, Embraer Vice President, Customer Support, USA,
Canada, Mexico and Caribbean – Executive Jets. “Embraer is dedicated to
leading the executive jet segment by offering world-class support to
its customers. We are proud to welcome Starlink Aviation to our
first-class network of authorized service centers.” “Starlink is proud
to be part of the Embraer family and, in particular, to have been named
as an authorized Phenom repair facility,” says Luc Masse, Starlink Vice
President & Chief Operating Officer. “The Phenom 100 and the Phenom
300 are tremendous aircraft that will have great market appeal for many
years to come, and we are happy to provide overall maintenance and
warranty support to operators in Canada.”

About Starlink Aviation Starlink Aviation is a Canadian, diversified,
full-service aviation company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, with
bases in Hamilton, Ontario, the Saguenay Lac-St.Jean region of Quebec,
and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. It offers scheduled flight services,
corporate Fixed Base Operator (FBO) services from its private terminal
at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport (YUL), on-demand air charter
flights, aircraft management services, and a full range of Starlink
Aviation headquarters in Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International
Airport, in Quebec, maintenance activities. Starlink operates a fleet
of 118 aircraft, including business jets and turboprops, and has been
in business since 1981.

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