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Join us on March 20 to learn from market experts at the U.S. Embassy in Brazil on the aerospace and airport market in Brazil.

Aerospace Snapshot:

The Brazilian Aerospace Industry is one of the largest and most important in the world and Brazil has been one of the top 10 export destinations of U.S. aerospace products over many years. In fact, U.S. exports of aerospace products to Brazil reached US$ 5.7 billion in 2017.

Major aerospace players in Brazil.

  • Embraer, the largest aircraft manufacturer in Brazil and the world’s third largest aircraft manufacturer, imports most of parts and components from U.S. suppliers.
  • Helibras, the Brazilian subsidiary of Airbus Helicopters which has a sizable manufacturing plant in Brazil.
  • UAVs, a rapidly growing market in Brazil.

Airports Snapshot:

Brazil privatized nine of the country’s busiest airports since 2012, and funds generated by auctioning those airports are being invested in the modernization of 50 regional airports. New upcoming concessions of 13 airports are slated to take place in first quarter of 2019, prospective concessions packages include airports in the Brazilian Northeast (Recife, Maceió, João Pesso, Aracajú, Juazeiro do Norte and Campina Grande); Midwest (Cuiabá, Sinop, Rondonópolis, Alta Floresta and Barra do Garças); and Southeast (Vitória and Macaé) geographic regions. Investments in the new concessions should total around US$ 8 billion and should create significant opportunities for U.S. suppliers of airport services and equipment.

March 20, 2019


10:30-11:30AM (US West Coast)
1:30-2:30PM (US East Coast)

(US East Coast Time)

1:30 – 1:40


Jason Sproule, Senior Intl. Trade Specialist, USCS


The Brazilian Business Environment

Hector Maldonado, Commercial Officer, USCS

1:40 – 2:10

Business Opportunities in Brazil


1:40 –1:50  

Aircraft & Parts

SJC Technology Park- Speaker TBC

1:50 - 2:00


Emerson Granemann, CEO, MundoGEO/DroneShow

2:00 – 2:10


Speaker TBC

2:10 – 2:20

How to Become an Embraer Supplier

Ro Wang Ting, Supply Chain Strategy, Embraer

2:20 – 2:25

Upcoming Events

Genard Burity, Commercial Specialist, USCS

2:25 – 2:30



For more information, please contact Marina Konno.

Marina Konno
Commercial Specialist, Aviation
U.S. Consulate – Sao Paulo, Brazil
Tel: 55-11-3250-5033

Genard Burity
Commercial Specialist, Airports & Security
U.S. Consulate – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tel: 55-21-3823-2401

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