A team of field service representatives from Dallas Airmotive’s F1rst Support global field service organization completed its first removal of a Rolls-Royce BR710 engine. The work was completed at the Bombardier Service Center in Dallas.
The MRO recently signed a service agreement with Rolls-Royce to provide mobile repair support (MRS) services for the BR710 line of engines. The engine powers Bombardier’s Global Express, Global Express XRS, Global 5000 and Global 6000 as well as the Gulfstream V, G500 and G550. The MRS agreement with Rolls-Royce CorporateCare provides Dallas Airmotive approval to support Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft that are on the program as well as operators who are not. Dallas Airmotive says it is the only independent engine service company to have that approval.
Dallas Airmotive offers a variety of field-service capabilities for the BR710, including on-site engine borescoping, troubleshooting, accessory replacement and engine removal and reinstallation. The company currently has a team of five trained BR710 technicians and two sets of tooling available to service the engines anywhere in the world.