Rolls-Royce today announced that it is further expanding its global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for business aviation aircraft under its CorporateCare ® service provision for customers.
RUAG Aviation, based in Munich, Germany has expanded its capability to include the BR710A2-20 engine and renewed its ASC contract a further five years for the servicing of the AE 3007A.
Jet Aviation has established a new hub to service the AE 3007A engine in Basel, Switzerland, and a new spoke in Moscow, Russia. It has also renewed its ASC contract for a further five years for the BR710 A1/C4/A2; Tay 611-8/8C and BR725 series engines with hubs located in Basel (Switzerland), Dubai (U.A.E.), St. Louis (Missouri) and Singapore and spokes in Geneva (Switzerland), Moscow (Russia).
Embraer Executive Jets adds a new US hub for the AE 3007A in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with spokes in Mesa (Arizona), Windsor Locks (Connecticut) and Melbourne (Florida).
Andy Robinson, Rolls-Royce, Senior Vice President – Customer Services, said: “As the market leader in business aviation engines we continue to collaborate with the world’s top maintenance providers 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, MyAeroengine Support app, and the Rolls-Royce portal Rolls-Royce Care .
Rolls-Royce now has 62 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: May 24, 2016