BAE SYSTEMS2003-12-09 00:00:00

BAE SYSTEMS SELLS ONE JETSTREAM 32EP TO SAVE-SA OF BOLIVIA

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has delivered a 19-seat Jetstream 32EP (SN# 832) to SAVE-SA (Servicio Aéreo Vargas Espaòa), a Santa Cruz, Bolivia-based regional airline carrier. The aircraft entered into service recently supplementing Jetstream 31 scheduled service.

SAVE-SRL was established in 1975 by Major Hugo Vargas E., a retired military fighter pilot with connections to the petroleum industry. Now flying to eight secondary airports in Bolivia, SAVE-LAN provides business shuttle service to employees of the petroleum industry as well as commerce and tourist passengers.
With a strong commitment to safety, Major Vargas, said &the Jetstream aircraft is a valuable profit-maker for the airline with low operating costs and high reliability.
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The Enhanced Performance package on the J32 offers improved short-field and hot-and-high performance, as well as increased single-engine stabilization altitude.
Enhancements include alternative take-off flap settings, the installation of drag reduction devices, and flight manual revisions. The EP package is now available as a standard feature on all Jetstream 32 aircraft.

About BAE SYSTEMS Regional Aircraft:
BAE SYSTEMS Regional Aircraft is responsible for Customer Support, Engineering and Asset Management activities, covering a world-wide base of 160 customers operating over 1,100 aircraft in addition to managing a trading and leasing portfolio of some 350 aircraft.

For more information contact:
Warwick House
Po Box 87
Farnborough Aerospace Centre
Farnborough
Hampshire
GU14 6YU
United Kingdom
Tel:     + 44 1252 373232
Fax:     + 44 1252 383000












 


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