Embraer announced today it has signed a contract with GrandView Aviation for a Phenom 300MED STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) conversion.
The aircraft will be converted at Embraer’s Service Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and operated by on-demand charter operator GrandView Aviation.
“We originally selected the Phenom 300 as our national fleet platform due to its flexibility and high utilization reliability,” Said Jessie Naor, chief operating officer at GrandView Aviation.
With the Phenom 300MED conversion, the aircraft can transition from a passenger cabin interior to medevac in a matter of hours, allowing for maximum operational efficiency.
“We already operate diverse missions, and the Phenom 300MED further adds to our ability to meet a wide variety of client needs.”
“We are delighted to sign this contract with GrandView, the Phenom 300MED launch customer,” said Marsha Woelber, head of worldwide executive jets customer support & aftermarket sales, Embraer service & support.
“We are sure this will be the first of many conversions around the world.
“This contract is an example of Embraer’s ability to add value in our industry-leading product portfolio.”