Dallas Airmotive Inc.

Dallas Airmotive Adds Mobile Repair Support for BR710

Dallas, Texas…June 11, 2012… Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation Engine Repair and Overhaul Group (ERO) company, has signed an agreement with Rolls-Royce to provide Mobile Repair Support (MRS) services for the BR710 turbofan family of engines. Dallas Airmotive is the only independent engine service company to have this approval. The company will offer a variety of field service capabilities including on-site engine borescoping, troubleshooting, accessory replacement, and engine removal and reinstallation.

Dallas Airmotive is approved by Rolls-Royce to support Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft that are on CorporateCare® as well as non-CorporateCare operators. The BR710 powers the Gulfstream V, Gulfstream 500, Gulfstream 550 and the Bombardier Global Express, Global Express XRS, and Global 5000.

“This is our first entry into the ultra long-range engine market,” commented Hugh McElroy, President of BBA Aviation ERO. “We’ve proven our expertise over many years in support of Rolls-Royce and Spey and Tay. We intend to build on our extensive knowledge base, particularly in support of business aviation to ensure BR710 operators receive seamless and timely field service wherever and whenever an operator calls.”

Dallas Airmotive has been offering OEM-approved service on Rolls-Royce business aviation turbine engines since 1959 and currently offers field service, repair, mid-life and overhaul services on Spey, Tay and M250™ engines.

“As the fleet of BR710 engines continues to expand around the world, we likewise will expand to ensure efficient support in the field,” continued McElroy. “Field service support for the BR710 will be coordinated through our F1RST SUPPORT global network, the most technologically advanced and customer focused service of its kind with control centers in Dallas, Portsmouth UK and Singapore.

“The first BR710 qualified repair service team is on line now, and during the upcoming months we will be expanding with additional service teams and “Fly-Away” kits specially designed for field repair on BR710.”