Embraer delivered Prime Fraction Club’s (PFC) first Phenom 300 light jet, in July, to the leadership of the company, together with the three owners sharing the aircraft. PFC also has a Phenom 100 scheduled for delivery in August.
Under PFC’s system, individuals make monthly payments, to share an aircraft with others; then, when they use it, appropriate travel expenses are paid. This convenient shared mode means that the owner (PFC) handles the aircraft, and participating members can schedule flights for personal or business use, with confidence in the quality of the service and the aircraft.
“Embraer’s full portfolio of executive jets is designed to meet a broad range of customer needs, whether for personal or business purposes,” said Breno Corr?a, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Latin America – Embraer Executive Jets. “We feel that our proven commitment to customer preferences fits well with Prime Fraction Club’s innovative business model for managing means of transportation needs on a shared basis.”
PFC is analyzing other aircraft from Embraer’s family of executive jets, while prospecting fractional owners for all of the Company’s business aircraft. Prime is one of the first companies to implement this business model in Brazil, and is the first to receive an Embraer aircraft.
“Our clientele require quality, comfort, convenience, and, often, globalized service,” said Walterson Caravajal, President of Prime Fraction Club. “We of Prime Fraction Club have come to Embraer for equipment for just this reason.”