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Rolls-Royce expands service infrastructure for business aircraft

Posted 16 October 2018 · Add Comment

Rolls-Royce has announced that it is further expanding its global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for its CorporateCare customers.

 

The global ASC network forms an essential component of Rolls-Royce’s services portfolio for business aircraft and adds to its own existing global aftermarket capabilities. Rolls-Royce now has 76 ASCs in place with key maintenance providers worldwide allowing for rapid response times to its customers’ needs. The powerful service infrastructure of the ASCs is complemented by On Wing Services specialists in the USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia as well as a number of spare parts, lease engine and storage locations, all placed strategically around the world.

The latest additions to the network include West Star Aviation LLC with its US site in East Alton, Illinois, supporting the BR710A2.

The Gulfstream St. Louis Service Center in Cahokia, Illinois, also becomes a new member of the ASC network, servicing BR710A1/C4, BR725 and Tay 611-8/8C series engines. 

Rolls-Royce is also renewing its contract with Metrojet Limited, Hong Kong, supporting the BR710A1/A2/C4, BR725 and Tay 611-8/8C series engines.

Andy Robinson, Rolls-Royce, VP Services - Business Aviation, said: “We started pioneering business aviation 60 years ago and have become the leading engine supplier in this market. Our powerful network of strategically placed Authorised Service Centres with key maintenance providers worldwide ensures, we deliver outstanding levels of in-service support. We make sure, our growing customer base can always rely on us, streamlined administration and reduced maintenance times.”

“With the newly introduced CorporateCare Enhanced standard we are covering an even wider range of service items for our engines, including maintenance for the nacelle, engine build-up and thrust reverser unit-related services for the Pearl 15, BR710 and BR725”, he added.

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