ExecuJet Middle East and Rolls-Royce sign engine agreement
Execujet Middle East and Rolls-Royce signed an engine service agreement that authorises ExecuJet Dubai to perform engine line maintenance, removals and installations on Rolls-Royce BR710 and AE 3007A engines.
The BR710 engine is installed on the Bombardier Global Express, Global Express XRS, Global 5000 and Global 6000 aircraft and the AE 3007A on Embraer’s Legacy 600 and 650 aircraft. ExecuJet Dubai will be the first authorised service centre in the Rolls-Royce network to work across multiple product types.
ExecuJet maintenance manager Wayne Dooley said: “We entered into a partnership with Rolls Royce last year with commitment to support both the BR710 and AE 3007A engines and are proud that we have now become the first maintenance centre in their network to offer enhanced line support across multiple product types. We are very proud of the ongoing trust Rolls Royce has put in our Service Centre and are looking forward to our continuing partnership which will be of significant benefit to regional customer frequenting our Dubai facility.”
Andy Robinson, Rolls-Royce, senior vice president – Customer Services, Civil Small & Medium Engines, said: “ExecuJet Dubai is a welcome addition to the Rolls-Royce Authorised Service Centre network, especially in the Middle East where business jet sales continue to grow. This service centre will enhance the level of service we provide our customers in the Middle East and increase customer convenience by providing maintenance, inspections, and parts sales directly to our operators through ExecuJet.”
Photograph: Andrew Robinson (Rolls Royce), Wayne Dooley (ExecuJet Middle East), Todd Chambers (Rolls-Royce)