FlightSafety International completed the first line and base maintenance course for the Rolls-Royce BR725 offered at its Learning Center in Savannah, Ga.
The line and base maintenance course, conducted by Rolls-Royce Customer Training in partnership with FlightSafety, teaches maintenance technicians about the BR725 engine, its systems and line-replaceable units. Specific topics include engine and engine systems servicing, routine maintenance and inspection, and safety warnings and precautions. The five-day course also provides an introduction to basic engine troubleshooting. The course incorporates hands-on practical training on an actual BR725 engine, including basic line maintenance tasks and removal and installation of line-replaceable units.
Operators of Gulfstreams equipped with BR725 engines who participate in the Rolls-Royce Corporate Care program are entitled to take the complimentary course once a year as outlined in their agreement.
The next BR725 engine course to be offered at FlightSafety’s Savannah Learning Center is scheduled for April 21. More courses for both the BR725 and BR710 are scheduled the start in June.