About Us

We have been working with aviation cargo in the Amazon forest, in the
North region of Brazil, for 25 years using the following aircrafts:

  • Cessna 206
  • Caravan 208
  • Embraer 821 Caraja
  • Embraer 110 Bandeirante
  • Embraer 120 Brasilia

We acquired experience in Special Aero Service (SAS), including agricultural aircrafts that service cotton, corn, rice and soybean fields. We have been working extensively with airplanes and helicopters handling dangerous cargos, serving mining and emergency transportation in the most diverse conditions of operations in the Brazilian Amazon.

In 1998, we pioneered the use of alcohol as an alternative fuel for agricultural aircrafts with piston engines, and achieved great results. Neiva Embraer subsidiary already has in its assembly line of agricultural aircrafts alcohol-fueled Lincomyng and Continental engines.
We started working in the North American business with emphasis on servicing mainly Brazil and South America, concentrating in supplying reposition material to clients of the aeronautical sector. We know well the harsh conditions of work in isolated areas that lack technical support and logistical aspects. Today we have clients in Africa, Central and South America.

Our Vision

Our vision for the future is to contribute to the sector factories, which are willing to make way for less environmentally toxic engines, with the newest generation of aircrafts and engines. In Brazil, bio-diesel is used in diesel fueled engines. Nevertheless, we soon hope to be able to use bio-fuel for commercial aviation.


Our mission is to look toward the future with basis in the quality of the service we provide to our clients. We know how important quality, maintenance and material replacement are in airplanes and helicopters. We rely on a highly trained crew that is certified by FAA and EASA. We believe that providing technical support in order to serve our clientsÂ’ needs is of utmost importance.