AeroVision International (Muskegon, Michigan) has signed a comprehensive ERJ component support agreement with Aéreo Calafia, a growing regional airline based at the Manuel Márquez de León International Airport in La Paz, Mexico.
The support agreement provides Aéreo Calafia with access to an extensive inventory of LRU’s used to support their growing fleet of ERJ 145 aircraft. Parts will be held at Aéreo Calafia’s maintenance facility located in La Paz and backstopped by AeroVision’s entire inventory – the largest non-OEM parts stock commercially available. “AeroVision’s commitment to providing the right parts, located in the right place and in a predictable and cost effective manner is what Aéreo Calafia needs to achieve the dispatch reliability its growth requires.” said Pete Gibson, AeroVision’s Vice President of Aircraft Services.
“We are excited to be a trusted partner in Aéreo Calafia’s growth,” said Jeff Barnes, AeroVision’s President, “and not only supply additional ERJ 145 aircraft to expand their business but also the parts support that enables the day-to-day execution vital to their success.”
The long-term support agreement was recently signed by executives from both companies at Aéreo Calafia’s headquarters in La Paz and is immediately effective.