RESTON, VA -- Rolls-Royce announces NetJets Middle East, owned and operated by National Air Service, has signed six Rolls-Royce powered aircraft to CorporateCare, the industry’s most comprehensive engine maintenance and management program.
The aircraft are three Tay 611-8-powered Gulfstream GIVs and three Gulfstream G450s powered by Tay 611-8C engines.
"The utilization of the CorporateCare program will increase the reliability of our aircraft," says Jamal Kashkari, NetJets Middle East Director of Maintenance.
"We are delighted to extend our partnership with NetJets Middle East," says Stephen Friedrich, Vice President - Aftermarket Business, Corporate & Regional Engines, Rolls-Royce. "The combination of Rolls-Royce product and service solutions delivers NetJets Middle East enhanced operations, increased efficiency, and superior product performance."
CorporateCare is one of the most successful service solutions in the Rolls-Royce suite of aftermarket offerings for civil aerospace, delivering record contract numbers in each of the last four years. Strong demand continues with more than 55 percent of BR710 operators, 50 percent of Tay 611-8C operators and 80 percent of AE 3007 operators now enrolled in CorporateCare.
With CorporateCare, customers benefit from improved asset value, predictable engine maintenance costs, reduced acquisition costs and minimized administrative burdens. Basic coverage extends to scheduled and unscheduled shop visit expenses; all parts expenses (LRUs through line item parts) incurred during line maintenance; engine removal and reinstallation; and lease engine expenses. All applicable Service Bulletins, mandatory or recommended, are included as standard, both in the overhaul shop and during line maintenance, in accordance with Rolls-Royce Engine Management Programs.
For more information visit www.rolls-royce.com.