Orlando, Florida – Rolls-Royce, the world leader in engines for the business jet market, announced today that XOJET, one of the world’s fastest growing private aviation companies, has enrolled its entire fleet of 48 Rolls-Royce powered Cessna Citation X aircraft - the world’s fastest business jet - into the company’s CorporateCare® services program.
Under the terms of the agreement, all of XOJET’s AE 3007C1-powered Citation Xs will be covered by 10-year engine maintenance and management service contracts. More than 80 percent of the AE 3007 corporate jet fleet is supported by CorporateCare.
Speaking during a handshake ceremony at the National Business Aviation Association convention, Scott Shannon, Executive Vice President – Customer Business, Corporate & Regional Engines, Rolls-Royce, said: “XOJET’s decision further demonstrates customers’ confidence in our ability to deliver premium quality care for our engines. Aligning aftermarket services to aircraft early in their life provides operators with improved engine performance, including maximized engine durability and reliability.”
Dave Siegel, XOJET Chief Executive Officer, said: “XOJET is focused on providing consistency, simplicity and outstanding service at every point of the client’s experience. And as a result, clients know that with XOJET they can expect the right plane, on time, every time. The Rolls-Royce CorporateCare support network adds even greater redundancy to our maintenance capabilities by ensuring that engine services are available anytime anywhere in the world and is another example of our commitment to making private jet travel seamless, efficient and stress-free.”
With CorporateCare, customers receive the most comprehensive engine services in the industry and 24/7 engine monitoring, which allows Rolls-Royce to improve its service offering, thus increasing efficiency and reducing costs. Rolls-Royce uses its unique product knowledge and leverages its technological know-how to deliver value for customers.
Rolls-Royce is the business jet engine industry leader, with a 34 percent market share by value, providing power to today’s largest, fastest and longest-range business jets.
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