The Swiss experts in aviation will support the BR710A2-20 engines that power various models of the Bombardier Global business jet family.
“We are proud to become a member of Rolls-Royce’s global support network. It is another milestone in a strong relationship that has grown continuously in the past years,” said Bernd Schramm, Group Chief Operating Officer of AMAC Aerospace. “At AMAC, we ensure that our customers get excellent technical services. This fruitful cooperation with Rolls-Royce will streamline the administrative processes and contribute to the satisfaction of our mutual clients. Reducing ground times increases flight times!”
CorporateCare is Rolls-Royce’s engine maintenance management offer, providing customers with faster response times and streamlined administration around the world. The company has more than 75 ASCs, representing what it claims is the largest global service network in the industry. The ASC network is augmented by on-wing service specialists located at strategic hubs around the world, as well as spare engine lease and parts storage facilities.
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