Tropic Air Aviation to take delivery of an Embraer Phenom 100 EV, the eighth aircraft in its fleet
Expectation is to reach the end of 2021 with a 50% growth (8 to 12) in the number of aircraft available for air taxiing or managed by the company
Tropic Air Aviation, a company specialized in chartering and managing private aircraft, will receive a Phenom 100 EV by the end of the first semester, the eighth aircraft managed by the company. The company expects to reach the end of the year with at least 12 aircraft.
"We experienced in 2020 the best year in the company's history, with demand for charter quadrupled, and the scenario remains heated in 2021. All this added to our commercial prospecting force, we project a growth of over 50% in the number of aircraft in our fleet by the end of the year," said Gustavo Ricci, director of Tropic Air.
The Coronavirus pandemic has been boosting executive aviation. First because it has caused a drastic reduction in the domestic and international airline network worldwide, then because the fear of contamination has also made many businessmen and executives prefer to fly in private aircraft.
This also applies to those who already have an aircraft, as well as to those who use chartering or even started to use it, due to the new scenario.
Among Tropic Air Aviation's differentials is its team of professionals, trained to serve flights anywhere in the world, anytime. The company has 16 years of history, but three years ago it went through a restructuring process, including a change in partners and investments in the fleet.
Today Tropic Air Aviation is commanded by two pilots with more than 20 years of experience in the aviation segment.