Rolls-Royce expands ASC network

L-R: Rolls-Royce Business Aviation Services VP Andy Robinson; Rolls-Royce Service Centers Manager Kimberley Rubush; ExecuJet Australasia Maintenance Director Grant Ingall; ExecuJet Sydney Maintenance Manager Jared Kirk.

L-R: Rolls-Royce Business Aviation Services VP Andy Robinson; Rolls-Royce Service Centers Manager Kimberley Rubush; ExecuJet Australasia Maintenance Director Grant Ingall; ExecuJet Sydney Maintenance Manager Jared Kirk.

MRO / ASIA | 23/10/2017

Rolls-Royce has recently been expanding its network of authorised service centres (ASC) for its CorporateCare program and customers.

The engine OEM signed several agreements during this month’s NBAA-BACE convention in Las Vegas, NV. A new addition to the company’s network is Bombardier’s newly inaugurated service center at London Biggin Hill. The agreement allows Bombardier to perform maintenance services on the BR710A2 engine, which powers the company’s Global 5000 and 6000 business jets.

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Another new member of the ASC network is ExecuJet, with its facilities in Melbourne and Perth, Australia, which are now authorized to service the BR710A1/C4/A2 engines, which – aside from the two Globals – also powers the Gulfstream G550 and the upcoming Gulfstream G500. According to a company statement, ExecuJet’s Sydney facility and headquarters for the Australasian region will also be upgraded to a Rolls-Royce service hub.

L-R: Dallas Airmotive Commercial Officer Mark Stubbs; Dallas Airmotive Senior Commercial Officer Mike McCauley; Dallas Airmotive President Mark Johnstone; Rolls-Royce Service Centers Manager Kimberley Rubush; and Rolls-Royce Business Aviation Services VP Andy Robinson. 

L-R: Dallas Airmotive Commercial Officer Mark Stubbs; Dallas Airmotive Senior Commercial Officer Mike McCauley; Dallas Airmotive President Mark Johnstone; Rolls-Royce Service Centers Manager Kimberley Rubush; and Rolls-Royce Business Aviation Services VP Andy Robinson.

Lastly, Rolls-Royce is also renewing its contract with Dallas Airmotive as a mobile repair service centre. The Grapevine, TX-headquartered MRO services provider already maintains the BR710A1/C4/A2 engines, and has now added the capability to maintain

In addition to their current role maintaining BR710A1/C4/A2 engines they will add capability to maintain Tay 611-8/8C engines, powering the Gulfstream G350 and G450.

The addition of the three above brings the total of Rolls-Royce ASCs to 74 worldwide.

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