Embraer is participating in the eighth International Aviation Trade Show & Convention – AeroExpo 2011 (www.AeroExpo.com.mx), at the Toluca International Airport, in Mexico, April 7-9. The Company is displaying the Phenom 300 jet for the first time at this show, alongside the Legacy 600. Embraer and its authorized sales representative and executive jets service center in Mexico, TransPaes Aereo, have a booth presence at the event.
“As the most traditional and significant gathering of aviation enthusiasts in Mexico, AeroExpo has become an essential opportunity for us to interact with our growing number of local customers,” says Ernest Edwards, Embraer Vice President, Marketing and Sales, USA, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean – Executive Jets. “In 2010, Embraer has scored the highest growth in the executive jet aviation market with 23 more units delivered than the previous year. We are proud to bring to AeroExpo one of our greatest successes: the Phenom 300, Flying magazine’s 2010 Editor’s Choice award winner, as the game changer of the year.”
Embraer will host a press briefing at the airport’s conference room, today, at 10 a.m. The Company will present a product update on its full range of executive jets, which includes the entry level Phenom 100, the light jet Phenom 300, the midlight Legacy 450, the midsize Legacy 500, the super midsize Legacy 600, the large Legacy 650 and the ultra-large Lineage 1000.