Rolls-Royce has added Bombardier’s Tianjin, China service center to its global network of authorized service centers for CorporateCare customer support. The Bombardier facility joins a network that now numbers 76 Rolls-Royce authorized service centers, and it will offer support for the BR710A2 engines that power the Global Express, XRS, 5000, and 6000 models.
The authorized service center network works closely with Rolls-Royce on-wing service specialists located in Asia, the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East. A recently open spares depot in Beijing provides faster access to parts for customers in Greater China and the Asia-Pacific region. Rolls-Royce has spares depots and lease engines around the world to help keep customers’ aircraft flying.
Rolls-Royce (Booth B311) also recently introduced CorporateCare Enhanced, which covers more engine support items, including maintenance for the nacelle, engine build-up, and thrust reverser unit-related services for the Pearl15, BR710, and BR725 engines.
“We power more than 3,000 aircraft worldwide,” said Andy Robinson, Rolls-Royce senior vice president services-business aviation, “of which more than 400 are based in the Asia-Pacific region.”