Embraer-X and Aero-Masters sign a Commercial Agreement for the use of Beacon

Embraer-X signs a commercial agreement with Aero-Masters, a European MRO provider, for the use of Beacon, the maintenance coordination platform connecting resources and professionals for faster return-to-service aircraft.

Aero-Masters intends to use Beacon to enhance its maintenance coordination and help more airlines keep passengers flying, simplifying communication around maintenance events of all types of aircraft models and boosting team collaboration, also improving knowledge exchange, and streamlining workflows around maintenance events.

“We are excited to partner with Beacon to empower our team for better collaboration, as they offer our best-in-class maintenance services to our airline customers,” said Michal Szutkowski, CEO of Aero-Masters.

“The platform approach is a game-changer for us, improving team awareness of critical maintenance status, enhancing knowledge exchange, and making our operations more efficient and sustainable.”

By onboarding Aero-Masters, Beacon is expanding its presence within the European MRO market, complementing Aero-Masters’ standards for service excellence to their commercial aviation customers.

Being one of the first MRO companies trained on the E-Jets commercial aircraft, Aero-Masters has an active part in performing service bulletins, introducing planes to the airline fleet, and creating service centers worldwide.

They can perform many C-checks on aircraft of prestigious airlines, such as KLM, BA Cityflyer, LOT Polish, FinnAir, Lufthansa, AirDolomiti, Air Bulgaria, Helvetic, Austrian, FlyBe, Air Astana, and others.

“As a fleet-agnostic platform, Beacon is an ideal partner for Aero-Masters,” said Marco Cesarino, Head of Beacon.

“We are thrilled to help them to collaborate smarter with operators in the platform, improving their coordination efficiency and fostering more effective collaboration.

“These gains are returned in profits, sustainability, and customer satisfaction as they keep flying.”