Rolls-Royce adds Skyservice and Western Jet Aviation as Authorised Service Centres #NBAA
Rolls‑Royce has added Skyservice and Western Jet Aviation to its network of authorised service centres (ASC).
The latest additions to the ASC network will support the company’s BR710 and Tay 611-8/8C engines in North America. Rolls-Royce currently has around 75 ASC sites worldwide.
Skyservice, with facilities in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary will be the first ASC in Canada and will work in tandem with Rolls-Royce’s Canadian MRO. It will service BR710A1/C4/A2 and Tay 611-8/8C engines.
Supporting the BR710A1/C4 and Tay 611-8/8C engines on the US West Coast, Western Jet Aviation will provide services from Van Nuys, California.
Both facilities plan to be operational in early 2023.
Andy Robinson, senior vice president, Customers and Services – Business Aviation, Rolls-Royce said that with more than 3,700 Rolls-Royce-powered aircraft currently in service, it is important to deliver continued support for its clients.
“Our collaboration with the world’s most experienced maintenance providers ensures industry leading service levels for our growing global CorporateCare customer base,” he said.
Duncan Aviation has also extended its partnership as a service provider within Rolls-Royce’s ASC network. The MRO will maintain Rolls-Royce BR710A1/C4/A2, Tay 611-8/8C and AE at its US sites in Lincoln, Nebraska; Battle Creek, Michigan and Provo, Utah.