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Business aviation customers fly on CorporateCare Enhanced service

Posted 29 April 2019 · Add Comment

Rolls-Royce has signed the 100th CorporateCare Enhanced service contract, only weeks after the programme has become available.

 

The upgraded service package enhances Rolls-Royce’s market-leading CorporateCare service, the comprehensive, fixed-cost engine maintenance management programme for business jet customers. The recently introduced CorporateCare Enhanced service, which has been available for new and in-service business aviation engines since January 1st, covers a wide range of additional services items for the AE 3007 and Tay engines, including unlimited troubleshooting and mobile repair team travel costs. For the Pearl® 15, BR710 and BR725 engines it also covers maintenance for the whole powerplant, including nacelle, engine build-up and thrust reverser unit-related services. The service has been introduced as standard for all new CorporateCare customers from 2019 onwards and is also eligible as an upgrade to existing contracts.

Alan Mangels, Rolls-Royce, VP sales & marketing - business aviation, said: “Signing 100 contracts in less than four months since programme launch is a clear demonstration of how much value CorporateCare Enhanced provides to our customers. The programme was developed with the mindset of, ‘if we provide it, we cover it’, and our customers love that.  By listening to them, we continuously strive to improve our service solutions, which ultimately raises the bar for the entire industry.”

CorporateCare Enhanced offers substantial financial and operational benefits to customers, such as increased asset value and liquidity, mitigating maintenance cost risk and protection against unforeseen costs and unscheduled events anywhere in the world. Increased aircraft availability, reduced management burden, full risk transfer, direct priority access to the Rolls-Royce services infrastructure and remote site assistance are further benefits for our customers.

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