Orlando, FL - Rolls-Royce, the world's leading provider of engines for business jets, today announced that it has signed 150 new CorporateCare® contracts to-date. CorporateCare solutions, along with other aftermarket services provided to global customers by Rolls-Royce, account for more than 50 percent of the company’s annual sales.
CorporateCare is the most comprehensive engine maintenance and management program available for corporate aviation. Since the program’s inception in 2002 contract numbers have grown, with the past four years yielding record breaking numbers. Today’s current level of contracts position the company to exceed last year’s record of 194 contracts.
“The value of the service speaks for itself with the growing contract numbers,” said Stephen Friedrich, Vice President - Aftermarket Business, Corporate & Regional Engines, Rolls-Royce. “CorporateCare gives our clients peace of mind, knowing they have an experienced and reliable base for all of their service needs.”
More than 800 corporate aircraft are now under Rolls-Royce engine management programs, covering the BR725, BR710, AE 3007, Tay and Viper-powered aircraft. In addition, more than 50 percent of all current production business aircraft engines are covered by CorporateCare, including more than 80 percent of the AE 3007 corporate jet fleet.
High-value services offered to CorporateCare customers include:
Engine maintenance expenses are fixed with the Rolls-Royce standardized approach. CorporateCare removes unpredictable costs associated with unscheduled events and reduces administrative burdens – all crucial to operators controlling costs. Engine maintenance and performance becomes the responsibility of the original equipment manufacturer.
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