Rolls-Royce has bolstered its business aviation service network with the expansion of the global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for its large CorporateCare customer base.

The Authorised Service Centres is a critical part of the Rolls-Royce services portfolio and expand the current global service capabilities.

The latest addition to the ASC network is Inflite The Jet Centre at London Stansted Airport. It supports the AE 3007A engines that power the Embraer Legacy 600 and 650 aircraft.

Rolls-Royce SVP for services business aviation Andy Robinson said: “As the leading supplier of business aircraft engines, our customers trust us to deliver outstanding in-service support. Our collaboration with the world’s most experienced maintenance providers ensures industry-leading service levels for our growing global CorporateCare customer base.”

The firm currently has 77 Authorised Service Centres with important maintenance providers across the world.

The service infrastructure of the ASCs is complemented by On Wing Services specialists, who are placed at strategic hubs in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia, as well as by several spare parts and lease engine storage locations worldwide.

These CorporateCare customers will stand to benefit due to quicker response times and reduced maintenance time as a result of streamlined administration wherever they fly.

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“Our customers trust us to deliver outstanding in-service support.”

Rolls-Royce supplies business aviation engines, which power over 3,300 in-service business aircraft.

More than 2,000 aircraft are covered by CorporateCare and over 70% of new delivery Rolls-Royce powered aircraft are part of the programme.

Rolls-Royce recently signed the 100th CorporateCare Enhanced service contract, which is an improved service package that boosts its CorporateCare service for business jet customers.