21 FEBRUARY 2011
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AERBT reports on a serious press release issued by Embraer which states that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved for a private rest room at the rear of its entry level Phenom 100 executive jet.
“This much-awaited product improvement comes to enhance the Phenom 100’s seating capacity, and is a result of listening to our customers,” said Mauricio Almeida, Embraer Vice President, Programs – Executive Jets. “Embraer is committed to offering unique, customer centred solutions, and continues to work hard to further improve this successful and highly popular airplane.”
Translated into simple language this means that a nervous passenger can actually sit on the facility for the landing.
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