ExecuJet and Rolls-Royce Expand Engine Service Agreement

ExecuJet Aviation Group and Rolls-Royce have signed engine service agreements authorising ExecuJet Service Centres in China, Malaysia, South Africa, Nigeria and Australia to perform engine line maintenance, removals and installations on Rolls-Royce BR710 engines.

Rolls-Royce and ExecuJet Middle East signed an initial engine service agreement in 2012 authorising the Dubai ExecuJet Service Centre to perform engine line maintenance, removals and installations on Rolls-Royce BR710 and AE 3007A engines.

Nick Weber, Maintenance Director, ExecuJet Middle East, said: “ExecuJet Middle East’s partnership with Rolls-Royce has been very successful and has enabled us to offer an enhanced level of service to our customers using our Dubai facility. We are delighted to extend our agreement, which demonstrates the ongoing trust Rolls-Royce puts in ExecuJet Service Centres. We look forward to our continuing partnership which will be of significant benefit to our customers.”

Andy Robinson, Senior Vice President of Services & Customer Support, Rolls-Royce, Civil Small & Medium Engines, said: “Expanding the current ExecuJet agreement to include China, Malaysia, South Africa, Nigeria and Australia is a welcome and valuable addition to the Rolls-Royce Authorised Service Centre network and compliments our global footprint in the areas that continue to grow. These additional service centres will enhance the level of service we provide to our CorporateCare customers in these regions and increase customer convenience by providing maintenance, inspections, and parts sales directly to our operators through ExecuJet.”

The BR710 engine is installed on the Bombardier Global Express, Global Express XRS, Global 5000 and Global 6000 aircraft.

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