Engine Assurance Program (EAP) expands product line for the third consecutive year

posted on 16th October 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Engine Assurance Program (EAP) expands product line for the third consecutive year

With nearly 275 engines and APU enrollments on its hourly maintenance program, EAP continues to grow at a rapid pace.

With the addition of 10 Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce engines, EAP’s coverage now extends to numerous Cessna Citation aircraft, Gulfstream’s G200 and GV, and Bombardier’s Global Express/XRS.

The latest additions to the EAP service offering are:

Pratt & Whitney








PW530A Citation Bravo BR710A1-10/RE220 Gulfstream GV
PW535A Citation Encore BR710A2-20/RE200GX Bombardier Global Express/XRS
PW535B Citation Encore+
PW545A/RE100XL Citation Excel
PW545B/RE100XL Citation XLS
PW545C/RE100XL Citation XLS+
PW306C/RE100CX Citation Sovereign
PW306A/36-150IAI Gulfstream G200

The complete list of engines/APUs covered by EAP can be found here: https://www.eap.aero/about.

“After much deliberation and analysis, we have added the new product lines in response to client requests,” says Sean Lynch, EAP managing director.

“We’re delighted that clients are asking for our support. Our responsive service, robust rental engine pool and significant spare parts inventory set us apart, and our growth is evidence of that.”

By owning the spare parts inventory and rental engines/APUs, EAP is able to overcome supply chain issues plaguing the industry and provide proactive customer service and enhanced dispatch reliability. EAP has never had a customer miss a trip because of the lack of a rental engine.

EAP has distinguished itself by having one of the highest ratios of rental engines to enrolled engines in the industry.

It continuously buys engines to support the fleet, which has become increasingly important as engine shop visits now take four to eight months on average.