Rolls-Royce received its 100th CorporateCare Enhanced service contract, a milestone reached just a few months after the engine-maker began offering the upgraded package. Unveiled during the last NBAA convention and offered beginning in January, the “Enhanced” package builds on Rolls-Royce’s long-standing CorporateCare fixed-cost maintenance program with more comprehensive coverage.
CorporateCare Enhanced provides a range of additional services items for the AE3007 and Tay engines, including unlimited troubleshooting and mobile repair team travel costs. For the Pearl 15, BR710, and BR725 engines, the program further includes maintenance for the whole powerplant, including nacelle, engine build-up, and thrust reverser unit-related services. Standard for new CorporateCare customers, the package is also available as an upgrade for existing customers.
“Signing 100 contracts in less than four months since program launch is a clear demonstration of how much value CorporateCare Enhanced provides to our customers,” said Rolls-Royce v-p of sales and marketing for business aviation Alan Mangels. “The program was developed with the mindset of ‘if we provide it, we cover it.’”
More than 2,000 aircraft are covered by CorporateCare packages, and more than 70 percent of newly delivered Rolls-Royce-powered aircraft enroll in the program, the company said.