Dallas,
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August
2015
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02:10 PM
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Dallas Airmotive’s Regional Turbine Center in Brazil Approved for Line Maintenance on HTF7000

F1RST SUPPORT service teams stand ready to support Challenger, Embraer and Gulfstream customers in the region

Dallas Airmotive’s Brazilian Regional Turbine Center, located in Belo Horizonte, announced today that it has received approval from the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC) to perform line maintenance on HTF7000 engines in the region. The approval allows the company to support Bombardier Challenger, Embraer Legacy and Gulfstream G280 customers with aircraft powered by the HTF7000 engine.

“We are excited to receive this approval and extend our capabilities in Brazil,” stated Mark Stubbs, Dallas Airmotive’s Chief Commercial Officer. “Challenger, Embraer and Gulfstream customers in the region now have access to rapid response times via the benefits of our global service and support network.”

In May 2015, Dallas Airmotive received Honeywell authorization for four current variants of the HTF7000 series engines. This newest approval adds to the growing list of the company’s OEM-authorized support based in Brazil

Dallas Airmotive will be attending LABACE 2015, August 11-13 in São Paulo. For more information on the company’s turbine engine coverage, as well as the global service and support available from Dallas Airmotive, stop by LABACE booth #4001, or visit www.dallasairmotive.com.

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