Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, today announced that it is further expanding its global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for corporate aircraft under its CorporateCare® service provision for customers.
Joining the network for the first time, Standard Aero has a maintenance hub in Los Angeles (California) that will service the AE 3007A and BR710A2-20 engine types; Augusta (Georgia) and Houston (Texas) will be spokes for the AE 3007A engine types.
Also new to the network, supporting the BR710A2-20, is TAG Aviation, with a hub at Farnborough in the UK, and Lanseria Jet Center, with a hub in Johannesburg, South Africa for the AE 3007A.
Embraer Executive Jets adds a new hub to service the AE 3007A in Sorocaba, Brazil.
Bombardier Business Aircraft’s Wichita Service Centre (Kansas) has received certification to perform maintenance on BR710A2-20 engines.
ExecuJet and Constant Aviation have renewed their ASC contracts for a further five years for the servicing of the AE 3007A. For ExecuJet this covers its Dubai hub; for Constant Aviation this covers Cleveland (Ohio) as a hub, and brings Birmingham (Alabama) and Las Vegas (Nevada) to the network as two new spokes.
Andy Robinson, Rolls-Royce, Senior Vice President – Customer Services, said: “As the market leader in business jet engines we continue to seek collaborations with the world’s top maintenance providers. Together, this network, is trusted to deliver the excellent maintenance support that our CorporateCare® customers deserve.”
As network additions become fully operational, Rolls-Royce will update contact information for customers on the MyAeroengine Support website and app.
Rolls-Royce now has 57 ASCs in place with key maintenance providers worldwide, meaning that CorporateCare® customers will benefit from streamlined administration and reduced maintenance time.
Source: Rolls Royce
Date: Nov 17, 2015