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A SA Airlink Embraer ERJ-135, registration ZS-OTN performing flight SA-8230 from Johannesburg to Nampula , was climbing through FL310 out of Johannesburg when the crew stopped the climb, drifted the aircraft down to FL140 and returned to Johannesburg for a safe landing. A passenger reported the captain announced a "minor technical problem", they would return to Johannesburg to have maintenance look at the problem. Comment?
US air taxi company JetSuite is showcasing a refurbished Embraer ERJ-135LR at Farnborough to illustrate the benefits of giving the out-of-service regional jet a second lease of life. The US company acquired 10 ex American Eagle ERJ-135LRs from Embraer last year. Comment?
The disassembly of these aircraft will bring AeroVision's total disassembled Embraer ERJ family aircraft count to 31, making it the largest non-OEM source of ERJ serviceable material in the world. AeroVision International has signed an agreement with a major U.S. based operator to provide asset optimization services for an undisclosed quantity of Embraer ERJ-135 aircraft being removed from active revenue passenger service. Comment?
Jet Aviation has refurbished its first Embraer Legacy 650 business jet on behalf of a private owner. The project was undertaken at the business aviation services provider's completions centre in Basel, Switzerland, during its scheduled C-check heavy maintenance inspection. Comment?
The event marked a watershed moment for the division more than 10 years after the public launch of the company's first dedicated business jets, with the Phenom 100 and 300 at the NBAA convention in 2005. Over the next 10 years, the company would develop and deliver four clean-sheet aircraft and a VIP version of the E190 regional jet, establish the US manufacturing site, rise to the top of customer service polls, claim the hottest-selling product in the market and, not least, survive a global financial recession in 2008 that knocked Hawker jets out of production. Comment?
After six years and millions of dollars, a North County airline startup says it is as little as four months away from opening. California Pacific Airlines, which first filed for approval in 2010, said its Carlsbad-based airline could begin flights in four months. Comment?
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