Rolls‑Royce has announced that it is strengthening its business aviation services infrastructure by extending established partnerships and adding new members to the global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for its CorporateCare customer base.
Authorised Service Centres are an essential element of the Rolls-Royce services portfolio and add to our existing global service capabilities.
The latest additions to the ASC network will support the company’s BR710 and Tay 611-8/8C engines in North America.
Skyservice with sites in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary will be the first ASC in Canada, working closely with our Rolls-Royce Canada MRO facility to service our BR710A1/C4/A2 and Tay 611-8/8C customers in the region.
Western Jet Aviation will provide services for the US West Coast from Van Nuys, California, supporting the BR710A1/C4 and Tay 611-8/8C. The operational readiness for these new Authorised Service Centres is planned for early 2023.
Building on its successful cooperation with Rolls‑Royce, Duncan Aviation has extended its partnership as a key service provider within the Rolls-Royce ASC network.
Duncan Aviation is authorised to service the Rolls-Royce BR710A1/C4/A2, Tay 611-8/8C and AE 3007A engines at its US sites in Lincoln, Nebraska, Battle Creek, Michigan and Provo, Utah.
Andy Robinson, SVP Customers & Services – Business Aviation, said: “With more than 3,700 Rolls-Royce powered aircraft in service today, we are the leading engine supplier in business aviation and our customers trust us to deliver outstanding in-service support.
“Our collaboration with the world’s most experienced maintenance providers ensures industry leading service levels for our growing global CorporateCare customer base.”