Bombardier Business Aircraft Appoints New Sales Director for Brazil

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Bombardier Aerospace has appointed Fernando Lacerda Da Silva as Sales Director of New Aircraft responsible for Brazil.

Fernando joins Bombardier with a 25-year sales career that includes 12 years of Latin American business aircraft sales experience, as well as previous sales successes with Bombardier jets in Brazil.

The Brazilian market continues to evolve as business aviation grows in the region, said Fabio Rebello, Regional Vice President, Sales, Latin America, Bombardier Business Aircraft. Maintaining relationships with our customers is crucial, and with Fernandos proven track record, I know he will continue to build upon our reputation and become an integral part of our Latin American team.

Humberto Moas will once again focus purely on sales of pre-owned aircraft in Brazil as, Director, Sales, Pre-Owned Aircraft in Latin America.

The rest of the Bombardier Business Aircraft sales team in Latin America is comprised of Fabio Rebello, Regional Vice President, Sales, Latin America; Saul Arceo, Director, Sales, Mexico and Central America; Stphane LeRoy, Director, Sales, South America and Caribbean, Antonio Santos, Manager, Sales, Latin America, and Nic Aliaga, Manager, Sales, Pre-Owned Aircraft, Latin America.

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