Rolls-Royce's Engine Mx Program Reaches Milestone

 - June 15, 2022, 9:45 AM
Rolls-Royce's CorporateCare Enhanced engine maintenance program covers a range of the OEM's business aircraft powerplants including the BR725. (Photo: Rolls-Royce)

Rolls-Royce has signed the 1,000th CorporateCare Enhanced engine maintenance program contract since its initiation in 2019. The program covers a wide range of additional service items for the company’s AE3007 and Tay engines such as troubleshooting and mobile repair team travel costs.

It also covers maintenance for the whole powerplant—nacelle, engine build-up and thrust reverser, unit-related services, and erosion and corrosion on all engine and nacelle parts—on Rolls-Royce's Pearl 15, Pearl 700, BR710, and BR725 engines. “Since we launched our pioneering CorporateCare Enhanced service, we have seen strong demand from customers around the world, who clearly recognize the value of this program,” said Rolls-Royce business aviation v-p of sales and marketing Megha Bhatia. “It offers comprehensive coverage for the full powerplant and priority access to our dedicated business aviation service network.”

More than 2,400 aircraft are covered by CorporateCare, with 70 percent of new-delivery Rolls-Royce-equipped aircraft enrolled in the Enhanced program.