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PM encourages aviation cooperation with Embraer S.A.
  • | VOV | September 24, 2023 02:38 PM
Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on September 23 made a field trip to Embraer S.A., a Brazilian multinational aerospace corporation, in Sao Jose dos Campos city, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, as part of his ongoing official visit to Brazil.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh calls at Embraer S.A., a Brazilian multinational aerospace corporation, in Sao Paolo

Formed in 1969 in Sao Jose dos Campos, Embraer S.A. designs, manufactures, and sells commercial, military, executive, and agricultural aircraft, as well as providing leasing and aviation support services. It is the third largest producer of civil aircraft after Boeing and Airbus, and the leading provider of regional jets worldwide.

Embraer S.A. has delivered five aircraft E190s to budget airline Bamboo Airways of Vietnam.

Receiving Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, the corporation’s president and CEO Francisco Gomes Neto highly appreciated the potential of the Vietnamese market, which is suitable for the corporation’s available aircraft lines.

He expressed his hope that Embraer S.A. would continue to receive support from the Vietnamese Government in seeking cooperation opportunities and expanding its market share in Vietnam. He affirmed that the corporation is ready to deploy aircraft maintenance and repair services in Vietnam, as well as providing technology solutions in the aviation industry.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh for his part briefed his host on the rapid development of the aviation market in Vietnam in recent times, with several airlines licensed to operate frequently to meet the increasing demand for trade exchanges, tourism services and people to people exchanges.

He highly valued Embraer S.A.’s development strategy, and proposed that the corporation expand cooperation and investment to develop its business ecosystem in Vietnam.

Besides increasing cooperation with Vietnamese airlines and providing aircraft maintenance and repair services, the corporation should engage in human resources training for the aviation industry, support Vietnam with technology solutions to help improve aerial management capacity, increase automation, support forecasting and prevent risks in flight management activities, suggested the PM.

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