Rolls-Royce to do Netjets middle east maintenance

Aviation International News » January 2009
December 31, 2008, 5:36 AM

Rolls-Royce announced NetJets Middle East, owned and operated by National Air Service, has signed up six Rolls-Royce-powered aircraft for CorporateCare, the company’s engine maintenance and management program. The aircraft are three Tay 611-8-powered Gulfstream GIVs and three Gulfstream G450s powered by Tay 611-8C engines.

Basic coverage extends to scheduled and unscheduled shop visit expenses; all parts expenses (LRUs through line item parts) incurred during line maintenance; engine removal and reinstallation; and lease engine expenses. All applicable Service Bulletins, mandatory or recommended, are included as standard, both
in the overhaul shop and during line maintenance, in accordance with Rolls-Royce engine-management programs.

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