News - Atlas Air Service


Embraer Executive Jets Names Atlas Air Service Legacy 450/500 Authorized Service Center

4-2017 Embraer Executive Jets has named Germany based Atlas Air Service as an Authorized Service Center for its midsize Legacy 450/500 aircraft. The agreement expands the scope of Atlas Air Service’s existing offerings. Atlas...more »


Embraer Phenom 300 is world’s most delivered bizjet for fourth year running

03-2017  Embraer Executive Jets delivered 63 Phenom 300 light jets in 2016, the highest volume of any business jet model for the year, according to a report made by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)....more »


New board member for Atlas Air Service: Gregor Bremer (51)

2017-02  Atlas Air Service strengthens its management board: Gregor Bremer was appointed Chief Technical Officer (CTO) as of 1 January 2017. Dr. Nicolas von Mende – CEO of Atlas Air Service since 2009 – will take over the...more »


Atlas Air Service receives approval from US Federal Aviation Administration

01/05/17  Atlas Air Service was approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration and is now officially listed as FAA Approved Repair Station. This also entitles Atlas Air Service to issue FAA releases. Any aircraft...more »


Another Phenom 300 in Germany

12/16/2016  Atlas Air Service has delivered another new Embraer Phenom 300 to a German client. The business jet will be operated, managed and chartered to clients by PAD Aviation Service GmbH from Paderborn. The business...more »


Growing demand for Embraer Midsize Jets

16/10/20  Embraer recorded a 33% increase in shipments of its large-cabin-class business jet family in the third quarter of 2016, on the back of strong demand for its Legacy 450. Overall deliveries for the first nine...more »


New Embraer Legacy 450 expands Atlas Air Service fleet

09/30/2016   The new Embraer Executive Jet Legacy 450 under registration D-BFIL arrives at Atlas Air Service in Bremen. After its ferry flight from the Embraer plant in São José dos Campos (Brazil), the aircraft was welcomed...more »