Engine Assurance Program (EAP) sees enrollment growth of 40 percent

posted on 8th October 2020 by Eddie Saunders
Engine Assurance Program (EAP) sees enrollment growth of 40 percent

Responding to customer demand, EAP has added the Rolls-Royce AE3007C/C1 and AE3007A1E to its portfolio. The engines power the Citation X and Embraer Legacy 600 respectively. The company also has expanded its TFE731 capabilities by adding the -4 (Falcon 50-4, Citation VII), -20 (Lear 40/XR, Lear 45/XR), -40 (Astra SPX, Falcon 50EX, Gulfstream 100, Gulfstream 150) and -60 (Falcon 900EX/LX) variants.  

EAP, the high-quality alternative for hourly engine coverage, is celebrating both business growth and the expansion of its capabilities. Since March of this year, EAP has seen new enrollments grow by 40 percent. Of that 40 percent, 30 percent are first-time aircraft owners.