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Rolls-Royce Appoints New First Network Service Centers

 - March 10, 2022, 8:01 AM
Rolls-Royce’s First Network has added five new repair facilities, which are authorized to work on engines like this M250 turboshaft. Photo: Mariano Rosales

Rolls-Royce (Booth 2817) has announced the appointment of five more new First—fully integrated Rolls-Royce support team—Network-authorized repair facilities for its M250 and RR300 engines.

They include AvidAir of Grain Valley, Missouri; Precision Aviation Group (Booth 8834) unit Keystone Turbine Services (KTS) of Coatesville, Pennsylvania; Airborne Engines of Delta, British Columbia; Arrow Aviation of Broussard, Louisiana; and National Airways Corp. of Gauteng, South Africa. They are part of a network of more than 30 Rolls-Royce-approved service centers.

“These strong First Network members help enhance our global network of authorized maintenance providers, giving operators the maximum level of flexibility and competition for local service and support on their Rolls-Royce helicopter engines,” said Scott Cunningham, Rolls-Royce's program director for helicopters.