Embraer Makes Leadership Shuffle in Sao Paulo

Embraer Makes Leadership Shuffle in Sao Paulo
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Over the weekend, Sao Paulo-based aircraft manufacturer Embraer made some leadership changes, both in services & support but also on the EVE Air Mobility program.

The manufacturer has been able to bring in further experience that will help make them advance further within this area of the sector.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Embraer Makes Some Changes in Sao Paulo…

Embraer Makes Leadership Shuffle in Sao Paulo
Photo Credit: Embraer.

In Sao Paulo over the weekend, Embraer announced the appointment of Carlos Naufel, who is the Current Technical Director at Azul Linhas Aereas, as the new Vice President of Services & Support.


He will begin in the role on September 1, with the current VP, Johann Bordais, assuming his role of CEO at Eve Air Mobility.

Commenting on the appointment was Francisco Gomes Neto, the President & CEO of Embraer:

“Naufel combines a successful history in Embraer’s services area with customer vision and broad technical knowledge”.

“I’m confident he will continue the ongoing transformation in the area and accelerate the profitable growth of the business.”

Adding to this was Naufel himself, who said the following on the changes happening in Sao Paulo:

“I helped to shape the Embraer Services and Support area together with Johann Bordais, and over the last several years, I’ve had the privilege to successfully run Azul’s technical, quality and logistical areas, dealing with several other aircraft manufacturers in a very complex airline environment with nearly 1,000 flights a day.”

“Recently, Azul was named the World’s Best Airline by Trip Advisor and the World’s Most On-Time Airline by Cirium,”

“I am thrilled to bring back all this knowledge and expertise to Embraer to help shape the future of the services business unit increasing customer satisfaction as well as business results.”

With EVE Air Mobility in full swing in the Embraer camp, such changes are needed in order to propel the Brazilian company into many different positive directions.

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