UK-based provider of engine condition monitoring services Jet-Care has introduced three new engine trend programs as part of its gas path analysis (GPA) engine portfolio.
“Following a recent customer satisfaction survey, we received a significant number of inquiries from operators who have recently acquired Falcon 7X aircraft, asking if they could continue trend monitoring with Jet-Care for their new engines,” said David Glass, managing director of Jet-Care. “With this in mind we have developed these new programs as part of the GPA service and will continue to strengthen our portfolio in the future.”
The new programs cover Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305 and PW307 and Honeywell CFE738 engines. The GPA service detects engine core deterioration and associated faults by analyzing and trending engine data, effectively monitoring the health of aircraft engines. The Jet-Care service also provides 24/7 technical support to assist in the diagnosis of anomalies and interpretation of engine data.