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Enhanced care programme supports RR customers
Rolls-Royce powers more than 3,200 in service business aircraft, of which more than 2,000 are covered by CorporateCare. Its upgraded package has attracted more than 300 clients in its first year.
The Rolls-Royce CorporateCare Enhanced service offers extra cover for the AE 3007, Tay, Pearl 15, Pearl 700, BR710 and BR725 engines.

Rolls-Royce has signed more than 300 CorporateCare Enhanced service contracts in the year since the programme became available. The upgraded service package enhances its CorporateCare service, the comprehensive, fixed-cost engine maintenance management programme for business jet customers.

The enhanced service covers a wide range of additional services items for the AE 3007 and Tay engines, including unlimited troubleshooting and mobile repair team travel costs. For the Pearl 15, Pearl 700, BR710 and BR725 engines it also covers maintenance for the whole powerplant, including nacelle, engine build-up and thrust reverser unit-related services. The service has been introduced as standard for all new CorporateCare customers from 2019 onwards and is also eligible as an upgrade to existing contracts.

VP sales and marketing, business aviation Alan Mangels says: “Since CorporateCare Enhanced was launched in 2018, we have seen very strong demand from customers who see how much value the programme provides. It was developed with the mindset of 'if we provide it, we cover it', and our customers simply love that.”

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