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Rolls-Royce sets another record CorporateCare year


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Rolls-Royce Plc
: 18 October, 2006  (New Product)
Rolls-Royce sets another record CorporateCare year
18 October 2006

Rolls-Royce continues to grow its CorporateCare® program, signing more than 120 contracts to date in 2006, already surpassing last year's record of 103 contracts. The company has more than 520 aircraft under CorporateCare or other flight hour agreements, with contracts valued at more than $1 billion. Rolls-Royce currently has a 50 per cent share of in-production engines on CorporateCare.

Douglas Cribbes, Senior Vice President for Aftermarket and Customer Services for Rolls-Royce Corporate and Regional Aircraft said: 'Corporate aircraft operators have relied on the industry's most comprehensive engine care program for many years and with new aircraft on the market, they have turned to Rolls-Royce for continued reliable services this year.'

CorporateCare provides the customer with predictable engine maintenance costs, transfers engine risk to Rolls-Royce, reduces acquisition costs and administrative burdens and allows operators to focus on their core business. Customers enrolled in CorporateCare benefit from higher aircraft residual values as well as predictability and control of maintenance costs.

High-value services offered to CorporateCare customers include:

The latest generation of Engine Health Monitoring services, recurrent publications revision service and the support of the Rolls-Royce Global Customer Services network

Guaranteed access to lease engines

Coverage of line replaceable parts exchange/replacement and all engine change expenses for scheduled and unscheduled events, wherever and whenever they occur

Complete coverage of expenses associated with qualified shop visits

Access to aeromanager, the Rolls-Royce e-business portal for aerospace customers

Engine maintenance expenses are fixed with the Rolls-Royce standardized approach. CorporateCare removes unpredictable costs associated with unscheduled events and reduces administrative burdens – all crucial to operators controlling costs. Engine maintenance and performance becomes the responsibility of the OEM.

Rolls-Royce offers CorporateCare for business jets powered by AE 3007, Tay and BR710 engines. The program is available to support new and in-service engines, and provides operators with significantly improved asset value.

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