Hyderabad. 17 March , 2016 . Embraer Executive Jets announced an order for
a new entry-level business jet Phenom 100E from an undisclosed customer based in India. The
aircraft will be managed by Titan Aviation Group, a global aviation specialty service provider
headquartered in the United Arab Emirates.
Captain Sakeer Sheik, Managing Director of Titan Aviation Group and Claudio Camelier,
Vice-President of Sales for Embraer Executive Jets in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East
celebrated the deal at India Aviation, held in Hyderabad, India.
“The Phenom 100E has proven itself to be a very agile aircraft that is capable of taking off and
landing on short runways, while fuel economy helps keep operating costs low,” said Claudio
Camelier, Vice-President of Sales for Embraer Executive Jets in Asia-Pacific and the Middle
East. “We are grateful for the confidence the customer has placed in us and thank Titan
Aviation for their unwavering support. This order takes the Embraer Executive Jets aircraft
registered in India to 22, across six aircraft types.”
“Titan Aviation Group has been in the aircraft management business for 12 years providing
differentiated services to our customers,” said Captain Sakeer Sheik, Managing Director of
Titan Aviation Group. “Embraer Executive Jets’ broad portfolio of efficient aircraft and their
solid customer support and services network allow us to assure the low operating costs, high
dispatch reliability and superior operational readiness expected by our customers.”
Winner of various innovation and design awards, the Phenom 100E is best-in-class jet, having
redefined the entry-level segment with the latest generation technology, a new style concept,
premium comfort, performance and reliability. To date, over 330 Phenom 100and 100E jets
have been delivered for customers worldwide.
Recently, Titan Aviation Group started operating a new Embraer Legacy 650 large business jet
under an aircraft management agreement with a customer in Middle East. The newly ordered
Phenom 100E will be the fourth Embraer airplane managed by TitanAviation when it is
delivered later this year.